When Contract Tools analyzes your document, it finds the following items:
Provisions, provision numbers, and provision titles (see Working with Provisions)
Defined terms and uses (see Working with Defined Terms)
Cross-references (see Working with Cross-References)
Common contract drafting errors (see Proofreading Documents)
Placeholders, bracketed text, highlighted text, and similar items (see Finding To‑Dos)
Ancillaries (see Working with Ancillaries)
Amounts of money, durations, dates, and times of day (see Finding Numbers, Amounts of Money, and Dates and Times to learn more)
Inline lists and proviso lists (see Working with Inline Lists and Proviso Lists)
You can use a variety of tools and techniques to work with these items; see Tools and Techniques to learn more.
Contract Tools’ analysis updates automatically as you type and delete text, and you can also update Contract Tools’ analysis manually after you make other kinds of changes; see Updating Analysis to learn more.
You can limit Contract Tools’ analysis to part of a document, which is useful for excluding items like tables of contents and signatures from Contract Tools’ analysis; see Analyzing Part of a Document to learn more.
To customize how Contract Tools analyzes your document, you can adjust analysis settings. To learn about analysis settings for defined terms, see Finding Defined Terms; to learn about analysis settings for drafting errors, see Checking for Drafting Errors. Analysis settings are saved with your document; see Saving Analysis Settings to learn more.
If you edit your document while using Track Changes, you can adjust Track Changes settings to make Contract Tools’ analysis include or exclude your changes; see Analyzing When Using Track Changes to learn more.
By default, Contract Tools does not analyze content within tables. To learn how to make Contract Tools analyze content within tables, see Analyzing Tables.