The ATC scripting language is a set of English directives. A script command can span multiple lines. Each script begins in the context of the source document with which the script is associated.
Each command begins with the letters ATC followed by a colon. When you open the text editor, the first ATC: may already be there. For information on how to get to the text editor to create workflows, follow the links on the right sidebar.
The ATC Commands
The ATC commands are written in all caps here; however, only the ATC need be capitalized. The rest of the command can be in lowercase. For example, ATC: close is a valid command. Document and route names are case-sensitive, however.
Note: you can turn any command into a comment that will be ignored by adding an asterisk after ATC:. For example, ATC: * CALL will not run the ATC: CALL command. You can also start a text comment with ATC: * as in ATC: * This is just a comment.
|Action Commands||Flow of Control Commands|
|ATC: ADD ATTENDEE||ATC: BACKGROUND|
|ATC: ADD COMMENT||ATC: CALL|
|ATC: ADD INCLUSION||ATC: IF|
|ATC: ADD ITEM||ATC: ELSE|
|ATC: ADD REVISION||ATC: ENDIF|
|ATC: ADD UIA||ATC: FOREACH|
|ATC: ADD WBCODE||ATC: ENDLOOP|
|ATC: ADDR||ATC: EXIT LOOP|
|ATC: ALERT||ATC: EXIT THIS|
|ATC: ATTACH MATCHING||Shares attachments from source doc with target|
|ATC: ATTACH ASSEMBLE||Creates assembled PDF|
|ATC: ATTACH DUPLICATE||Attaches a clone (branched) file from the catalog|
|ATC: ATTACH MAKEPDF||Creates a PDF of a single attachment|
|ATC: ATTACH FILE||Attaches a link to a file in the catalog|
|ATC: ATTACH TEMPLATE||Attaches a new file created from a template|
|ATC: ATTACH UPDATE||Updates an attached file|
|ATC: BOOKMARK SOURCE|
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