Lexicata gives each account the ability to create its own letterhead. The letterhead will appear on forms and documents throughout Lexicata in order to ensure a consistent branding experience for clients.
Where the Letterhead Is Used
The letterhead automatically shows up on all forms whenever they are being filled out by a user or a contact. There is no option to disable this.
The letterhead can also be used on Text Editor Template Documents. It is optional and can be turned on and off for specific document templates by simply checking a box in the document settings area. Letterheads cannot be used on PDF Templates.
A default letterhead will be created for every account using the law firm information and law firm logo that you input during the signup process. The logo appears in the top left corner, and the law firm name and contact information appear in the top right corner.
You can always make changes to the default letterhead by updating your law firm information or logo in your settings.
Customizing Your Letterhead
If you have a custom letterhead design or you do not like the appearance of your default letterhead for any reason, you can also completely customize your letterhead by designing one from scratch in the letterhead builder.
Within the letterhead builder, there are options for three different layouts depending how you want your content to be arranged:
- 1-column layout - all of the content is in a single area.
- 2-column layout - some content is on the left side and some of the content is on the right side.
- 3-column layout - some of the content on the left and right side, and some in the center.
You can input the text for each column and format it however you would like using the HTML text editor.
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You can upload images into each column as well, or if you have a really custom design that is difficult to recreate in Lexicata, you could even upload an image of your full letterhead from another program and use the 1-column layout.
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