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What is the proper structure of the variable that represents the translatable static text in Template Content?
Universal Containers wants their documents to be translated into multiple languages. The Admin has already provided translations for the merge fields, but wants to create translations for the static text. 



A. {!Text.VariableName}
B. {$Data.VariableName}
C. {!Data.VariableName}
D. {$Text.VariableName}

This question is part of RD Test 1

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Dovydas

Dovydas

Answered on Apr 25, 2019

@Catherine halcombe - can you please double check this?

HM

HM

Answered on Apr 27, 2018

{!text.VariableName}

Correct answer 100%

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Rena Guillo

Rena Guillo

Answered on Mar 20, 2018

According to the knowledge article,to Manually Translate Template Content. Select the language you would like to Translate for and enter Translated values. Enter a Variable Name that you will use in the Template Content written as {!Text.VariableName} (https://community.steelbrick.com/t5/Get-Started-Knowledge-Base/Translating-Template-Content/ta-p/2631) and (https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=cpq_translate_template_content.htm&type=0).

Also per the unofficial Salesforce CPQ Specialist Study Guide, for localization, to set a text variable the correct syntax is {!Text.VariableName} (https://sf9to5.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/the-unofficial-salesforce-cpq-specialist-study-guide4.pdf)

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catherine halcombe

Catherine halcombe

Answered on Mar 05, 2018

{$text.VariableName}
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