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The [CHAIN] label command: From one *.lbl file to another.

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10 months 2 weeks ago #686 by alexander.armstrong@atlascopco.com
When "chaining" (?) from one label file to another, for instance:

From Normal_UPS_Label.lbl,

[IF] <DANGEROUS> = "Y"
[CHAIN] UPS-HAZMAT.lbl
[ENDIF]

"In the above scenario, after the normal UPS label is created, if there are dangerous items in the package, the [CHAIN] command will "chain" to the UPS-HAZMAT.lbl file to generate the hazardous labels."

Question: Will the label token values in the original label file (Normal_UPS_Label.lbl) transfer over to the "chained" label file (UPS-HAZMAT.lbl)?

I've never used the [CHAIN] label command. I look forward to it.
What is your experience?
Alex

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