If you use !groups! to  link selections, you will be pleased know that you can pair {simple options} with the more complex sister using the !groupname! feature. That way, you can ask a meaningful 'question' at the top of the document but carry the answer forward to the remainder of the document using the less complicated {simple options} construct.

 

  Example: The groupname !sex! is typically not descriptive enough to stand alone. An alternative would be to name the group "!sex of our client!" but its length might be cumbersome depending upon how many members of the group there are further in the document. So by using the robust AskOptions construct at the top of the document, we can ask a meaningful question, but use the simple grouname !sex! in the remainder of the document body.

 

<<*AskOptions*!Sex!Our client is a male/Our client is a female*>>

 

DEED OF CONVEYANCE

 

 This Deed, by and between [Client Name], an unmarried <<*Options*!sex!*male/female>>, Party of the First Part, and . . .

 

 The Party of the First Part conveys all rights and title that {!sex!he/ORshe}has in the property, to the Party of the Second Part and further conveys any inchoate or residual interests held by {!sex!him/ORher}in said property. . .