The Label object is used to mark a position in a procedural timeline to which processing moves in response to the “Jump” End Action option for an input object. Jumping is an action option in response to the termination of an object’s input mask. Jumping is possible only within a single Procedure.
The Label object as it appears in the Toolbox.
NOTE: It is not possible to jump out of one Procedure to a Label in another Procedure.
There is no interface specific to the Label object. Dragging the Label object icon to the Workspace, or double clicking a Label object in the Structure view will open the object’s Property pages.
The Property pages may be displayed by double-clicking the Label object in the Structure view, or by clicking the ellipses (…) on the Property Pages field in the Properties window.
|(Name)||String values||Assigns a user-entered string as the name of the Label.|
|(About)||--------||Displays the About Label dialog.|
|(Property Pages)||--------||Displays the Property pages for the object.|
|Notes||String values||User-entered text useful for storing information or comments related to an object.|
|Tag||String values, Attribute references.||User-defined string useful for associating information with an object.|
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