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[comment memo="Prepopulated Text" memo_size="large" memo_style="bold"]
This is a great feature to help customize your forms. It draws from the optional demographic user information saved in your profile.

The Prepopulated Text Tags include: "organization", "address_line_1", "address_line_2", "city", "state", "postal_code", "phone", "fax", "website", and "email".

Additionally, there are three 'general-use' Prepopulated Text Tags that may be used however you wish. These are "blurb_1", "blurb_2", and "blurb_3".

Note for example below: To switch views between the Active Form and Markup Code, click on "View" in the upper right of this page. Then choose "Form" to see the Active Form or choose "Markup" to reveal the Markup Code.

Example (the only Prepopulated Text Tag that would work for most (logged on) users is the "email" tag):
My email address is: [email].
Prepopulated Text
This is a great feature to help customize your forms. It draws from the optional demographic user information saved in your profile.

The Prepopulated Text Tags include: "organization", "address_line_1", "address_line_2", "city", "state", "postal_code", "phone", "fax", "website", and "email".

Additionally, there are three 'general-use' Prepopulated Text Tags that may be used however you wish. These are "blurb_1", "blurb_2", and "blurb_3".

Note for example below: To switch views between the Active Form and Markup Code, click on "View" in the upper right of this page. Then choose "Form" to see the Active Form or choose "Markup" to reveal the Markup Code.

Example (the only Prepopulated Text Tag that would work for most (logged on) users is the "email" tag):
My email address is: .

Result - Copy and paste this output: