Recently a new update has been added to Microsoft Syntex Content Assembly to allow users to generate documents using images and tables as placeholders. I’ve have loved seeing the development of Syntex Content Assembly and using it to produce documents in bulk or single. The ability to add custom images or tables to documents is a big win for my customers. They will typically have lots of information in other lists or libraries and then want to use these entries to produce checklists & reports for engineers to perform actual on-site visits.
In the case of images when a user is generating a document and a image placeholder has been used, they will be prompted either to upload a picture or select a image from a pre-selected SharePoint library.
Images & Tables now supported in Microsoft Syntex Content Assembly - Leon Armston’s Blog
Microsoft Syntex Content Assembly is a feature that allows users to easily create and edit content, such as images and tables, in the Microsoft Office suite. With this new addition, users are now able to quickly assemble complex documents with ease.
This includes creating professional-looking presentations with images and tables included right within the document. Furthermore, users can customize their content by adjusting font sizes and styles or adding captions for each image or table. Additionally, they can even add links to other websites from within their documents. All of these features allow users to quickly build powerful documents without having to worry about formatting issues or compatibility problems across different platforms.