Using regional spelling principles in a document

Hi,

In The Netherlands it is common that  a surname of a person consists of 2 parts. A middle name before the last name . 

Like: de Vries, van Vliet, de Ridder , van der Vlist,etc.. When creating a formal quote/proposal you have to use the capitals in the name of a person other in the salutation line (B) than in the address header line (A). Sample:

Organisation name
A=> Atttn. Bert de Vries    
Mainstreet 12
1020WE AMSTERDAM

=>B  Dear Mister De Vries,   

BLABLA,
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Question:  Does anyone have a practical solution how to create a template using the new Beta Document feature in which:

- the surname is used correctly in both lines A and B

- the address header is split correctly into the several address lines ?

I could not find the standard MS Word features which are used normally when creating Dutch Templates. 

Thanks,

Bart
 

 

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  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,376 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
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    edited February 2021 #2

    Hi @Bart Sturkenboom 

    I don't know of a current workaround but definitely understand your pain considering my own name ;) 

    I've passed it on to our teams and added a "feedback" tag to your post.