Manual leaf inclusion

Manual leaf inclusion can be used to force the composition engine to compose a run of changed or included leaves as a single unit. This is a useful technique if you want to optimise the impact of input changes on the leaf numbering sequence. You can manually include leaf groups, leaf sections, or individual leaves within a release.

TopLeaf provides two methods for the manual inclusion of leaves. A soft leaf inclusion occurs when you want TopLeaf to include an unchanged leaf in an update, even if the content of that leaf is unchanged. A hard leaf inclusion occurs when you want TopLeaf to include an unchanged leaf in an update, even if the rendered visual appearance of that leaf is unchanged.

You must use the TopLeaf workstation to manually include a leaf in a release.