Opens a dialog where you can edit the properties of a field. Click in front of a field, and then choose this command. In the dialog, you can use the arrow buttons to move to the previous or the next field.
You can also double-click a field in your document to open the field for editing.
To change the view between field names and field contents in your document, choose View - Field Names.
If you click in front of a "sender" type field, and then choose Edit - Fields, the User data dialog opens.
Lists the type of field that you are editing.
The following dialog elements are only visible when the corresponding field type is selected.
Lists the field options, for example, "fixed". If you want, you can click another option for the selected field type.
Select the format for the contents of the field. For date, time, and user-defined fields, you can also click "Additional formats" in the list, and then choose a different format. The formats that are available depend on the type of field that you are editing.
Displays the offset for the selected field type, for example, for "Next Page," "Page Numbers" or "Previous Page". You can enter a new offset value which will be added to the displayed page number.
If you want to change the actual page number and not the displayed number, do not use the Offset value. To change page numbers, read the Page Numbers guide.
Change the defined values and outline levels for the "Chapter" field type.
Displays the name of a field variable. If you want, you can enter a new name.
Displays the current value of the field variable. If you want, you can enter a new value.
Displays the condition that must be met for the field to be activated. If you want, you can enter a new condition.
Change the field contents that are displayed depending on whether the field condition is met or not.
Insert or modify the reference text for the selected field.
Displays the name of the macro assigned to the selected field.
Displays the placeholder text of the selected field.
Displays the text that is linked to a condition.
Displays the formula of a formula field.
Select a registered database that you want to insert the selected field from. You can also change the table or query that the selected field refers to.
Displays the database record number that is inserted when the condition specified for the "Any record" field type is met.
Jumps to the previous field of the same type in the document. This button is only active when a document contains more than one field of the same type.
Jumps to the next field of the same type in the document. This button is only active when a document contains more than one field of the same type.