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ERSIII - MS Word VBA Macro to embed external references into DocFactory Report.
The CaliberRM ERSIII utility is a VBA macro used to embed
external files linked to requirements through document references
and traces in a Document Factory generated document. The ERSIII
macro is run immediately after Document Factory generates the
output document and can be invoked interactively or through a
command-line option. ERSIII uses standard OLE object containers to
embed objects, so it supports any desktop application known by the
client Windows installation.
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