Depending on the selected template type, you can use various special characters (tags) in its text to format output data:
For a Web page (HTML)
You can use all html tags (<b>, <i>, <table>, etc.). To learn more about formatting web pages, visit the official site of the html markup language.
For MS Word
In the current version you can use the following tags to format the text following them:
To finish a tag, you should put an end tag - it is a tag with the same name, but with a slash, for example: </b>, </font>, </size>. Some tags (<p>,<pagebreak>) do not require end tags.
For example, if you enter the following text into the area:
You will get approximately the following:
There are no special tags for e-mail, but there are some specific areas:
In case you use the One mail per one record template, you can specify database fields as a data source for these areas (for example, [25# Customer e-mail]), the same as for usual areas.
To get more information about integration with mailing software, see the Mailing Help section.
There are no special tags, data will be copied into the clipboard according to the template. To make sure that the template works, open any text editor (Notepad, WordPad, MS Word, etc.) and select the Paste command from the Edit menu.
For Simple Text File
There are no special tags, data will be exported into a text file according to the template.
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