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MitchDevlin  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2022 8:23:12 PM(UTC)
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Hey guys,

I'm new to scripting and I was wondering if this would be possible or not.
I'm after a basic Script/code to be able to clear text out of my titles without having to go into each title/name/number etc and delete all the text 1 by 1

Each line/source of text that I want to clear is assigned to a data source which is brought in through an excel spread sheet but clearing the excel spread sheet does nothing and the text remains in the title.
I want to be able to clear all the text in each title without clearing the data source mapping.

is this possible? and if so can anyone please help
doggy  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2022 8:52:12 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: MitchDevlin Go to Quoted Post
Hey guys,

I'm new to scripting and I was wondering if this would be possible or not.
I'm after a basic Script/code to be able to clear text out of my titles without having to go into each title/name/number etc and delete all the text 1 by 1

Each line/source of text that I want to clear is assigned to a data source which is brought in through an excel spread sheet but clearing the excel spread sheet does nothing and the text remains in the title.
I want to be able to clear all the text in each title without clearing the data source mapping.

is this possible? and if so can anyone please help



yes is possible , have the script loop through all the textfields of a title and do a blank SetText function

- scripting for dummies postin this forum
- vb.net tutorials on the net
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MitchDevlin on 4/13/2022(UTC)
MitchDevlin  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, April 13, 2022 9:16:06 AM(UTC)
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Thank you have just figured it out :)
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