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[comment memo="Reserved Variables (for Registry & Submissions)" memo_size="large" memo_style="bold"]
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A variable can have any name that you choose. However, you may wish to name the variables for your forms using the Reserved Variable Names.

The purpose of Reserved Variables is that these will be saved in the [link url="//soapnote.org/sample/registry/" memo="Registry"] (when you save a form's output) or in your [link url="//soapnote.org/sample/submissions/" memo="Submissions"] (when a user submits a form's output to you).

The Reserved Variable Names are "variable_1", "variable_2", ... all the way to "variable_25".

Each SOAPnote that you make may use any or all of these variables.

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[link url="//www.soapnote.org/sample/walkthrough-tutorial/" memo="Walkthrough Contents"]
Reserved Variables (for Registry & Submissions)
Previous
A variable can have any name that you choose. However, you may wish to name the variables for your forms using the Reserved Variable Names.

The purpose of Reserved Variables is that these will be saved in the Registry (when you save a form's output) or in your Submissions (when a user submits a form's output to you).

The Reserved Variable Names are "variable_1", "variable_2", ... all the way to "variable_25".

Each SOAPnote that you make may use any or all of these variables.

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Walkthrough Contents
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