As indicated in previous sections, a Clause Set is a Word document (or a clause within a Word document). As such, it can be edited just like any other Word document.

   To edit a clause set, simply navigate to its location. If it is in a folder of clauses, you can manually navigate to it or use the initial Document Assembly screen to select the appropriate book and then open the folder which contains the various clauses. Select the clause-set and edit away. If the book is a glossary, open the glossary, locate the clause-set and edit as appropriate. Remember to save your work.

   While editing, you can manually type additional entries. You can add entries at the beginning, in the middle or at the end of the current display. To add at the end of the table, just place your cursor in the last row and press 'Tab'. That will start a new row. To add anywhere else, use Word's 'tables' controls to insert additional rows.

   You can mix and match entries. While the initial 'build' of the Clause Set table will likely be from a single folder or glossary, you can mix up the table to you heart's content, drawing text from other folders or other glossaries. Just remember that Pathagoras' standard search order rules apply. If Pathagoras could find the document in any other setting, Pathagoras can similarly find it if contained in a clause set table.

   Here is an example of a fairly complex clause set. Pathagoras is forced to look in two different glossaries, in the SmartPath and is required to use the prefix-table to locate the various terms.

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