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    Built-In Word Processor: Variable Names for Form Thank You Letter Templates

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      Common Fields

      {{Today's Date}}

      Month, Day, Year
      {{Today's Day}} Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, etc.
      {{Company's Name}} Your Company Name/Organization Nate/ Chapter Name
      {{My First Name}} The first name fot he person logged into Salsa CRM
      {{My Last Name}} The last name of the person logged into Salsa CRM
       
      Constituent Fields
      {{Constituent Number}} The Constituent Number of the primary person on the letter.  In the case of a Thank You, this would be the constituent number of the Donor.
      {{Smart Addressee}} the person(s) whom you are mailing
      {{Smart Address}} The address of the addressee
      {{Smart Formal Salutation}} Mr., Mrs., etc. (if there is no Title on the record it will default to First Name)
      {{Smart Informal Salutation}} Candi, Sally, Hank, etc. (If nickname is part of your output, Salsa CRM will look for it first, then for first name.  If nickname is not part of your output Salsa CRM will go directly to teh first name.
      {{Custom Field Name}} Constituent Custom Field can be merged into your thank you letters.  if your Constituent Custom Field is named "Member Level", then the placeholder/variable would be {{Member Level}}.
       
      Donation Fields
      {{Donation Amount}} Amount that your organization/chapter received as a donation.
      {{List As Name}}  Constituent Name or Organization Name
      {{Received Date}} The date you received the donation.  Numeric output: mm/dd/yyyy
      {{Received Date Text}} The date you received the donation.  Text output:  Month Date, Year
      {{Fund Name(s)}} The Fund (or funds) tht the donation was applied.  Note the (s) in the variable is important!
      {{Fund Amount(s)}} The amount of the donation directed to a particular fund
      {{Campaign Name}} The Campaign that the donation was applied
      {{Appeal Name}} The Appeal that the donation was applied
      {{Reference}} Gift in Kind description
      {{Custom field Name}} Donation Custom field can be merged into your thank you letters.  If your Donation Custom Field is named "Package", then the placeholder/variable would be {{Package}}
      {{Deductable Amount}} The amount calculated in the Deductible Amount field
      {{Check or Charge Date}} The date of the check or the credit card expiration date
      {{Auction Item(s) Total Value}}  Total value of auction items
      {{Auction Item(s)}} List of auction items with values
      {{Auction Item(s) Without Values}} List of auction items without values
      {{Auction Item(s) Deductible Amount}} If an auction item is purchased at a value higher than its own value the deductible amount relfects the difference
      {{Incentive item(s)}} List of incentive items with values
      {{Incentive Item(s) Without Values}} List of incentive items without values
      {{Honor Name(s)}} The name of the living person being honored
      {{Honor Constituent Number(s)}} The constituent number of the living person
      {{Honor Reason}} The reason the Honoree is being honored (i.e. birthday)
      {{Memorial Name(s)}} The name of the deceased person being memorialized
      {{Memorial Constituent Number(s)}} The constituent number of the deceased person
         
      Acknowledgment Fields
      {{Honor or Memorial Name}} The deceased person being memorialized or the living person being honored
      {{Honor Donor(s)}} The donor who donated in Honor of a living person
      {{Memorial Donor(s)}} The donor who donated in Memory of a deceased person
         

      TIP: The four highlighted variables are ‘Smart’ variables which are affected by any information you enter into the Salutation Override window on the main constituent record.  Any information entered into the fields of the Salutation Override window will replace these fields when merging them into a letter.

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