In all ASCII text fields or in the rich text editor dialog, placeholders can be used that represent particular information
being updated with actual values on generation of the final printout.
E.g. the current date and time can be entered using a placeholder.
Why do I see different placeholders in special
Placeholders are filtered according to the current context. Only applicable
placeholders are shown. To get an overview of the currently available
placeholders simply open the context
menu by right-clickinginto the editor text field. A list of
all available placeholders will be shown. Placeholders can be directly
selected from the context menu
For all analytical data objects like 2D- and 3D data objects as well
as molecules, labels attached to
the object can be addressed using a placeholder named like the label.
For easy access to all available labels of an object simply right-clickinto the text field. A popup window will
show all labels and by selecting a label with a left-clickthe corresponding label name and
placeholder will be automatically copied to the text field.
When printing spectrum objects, all available object properties can
be added to the printout by activating the Print
Properties flag. Single properties can be easily printed by using
placeholders. Simply add a placeholder with the exact object property
name to the desired text field. The available object properties for a
certain object are listed in the properties tab of the software. Since the
object properties are organized in categories, the general syntax for
adding a property placeholder looks like this:
Available properties are for example the name of the object which resides
in the category "General" and the x-Axis resolution which resides
in the category "X-Axis". The corresponding placeholders look
print the object name.
will print the resolution of the objects x-Axis.