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The tools at this website generate output that can be used elsewhere. The output is not automatically stored anywhere. However, there are ways to save the output, at least temporarily.

The Scratchpad allows a user to save the output from forms in a scroll of text.

The Registry allows a user to save the output as well as any specific data saved in Reserved Variables.

The Submissions area collects output from the forms a user creates as well as any specific data saved in Reserved Variables.

For output to be saved to the Scratchpad, Registry, or Submissions, the corresponding button must be pressed beneath the output.

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Storing Form Output
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The tools at this website generate output that can be used elsewhere. The output is not automatically stored anywhere. However, there are ways to save the output, at least temporarily.

The Scratchpad allows a user to save the output from forms in a scroll of text.

The Registry allows a user to save the output as well as any specific data saved in Reserved Variables.

The Submissions area collects output from the forms a user creates as well as any specific data saved in Reserved Variables.

For output to be saved to the Scratchpad, Registry, or Submissions, the corresponding button must be pressed beneath the output.

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    The tools at this website generate output that can be used elsewhere. The output is not automatically stored anywhere. However, there are ways to save
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