Current date and time on stamps and in headers and footers

You can create stamps and Bates numbers that display the current date. Use the following tags in the stamp manager or Bates number manager.

Tag Example
<d/> Date in short format 07.02.2013
<date/> Date in long format 7 February 2013
<t12/> Time in 12-hour format 9:22 PM
<t24/> Time in 24-hour format 21:22
<time/> Time in HH:MM:SS format 21:22:51

By default, the regional settings of your computer will determine the date and time formats. You can specify a different format. For example, <d=RUS/>, <date=USA/>, or <time=ENG/>. The result will be immediately displayed in the preview pane.

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You can specify custom date and time formats.

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You can specify date and time formats using the <date/> and <time/> tags.

<date/> parameters

Example
Year
%y The year as a number from 01 to 99 (with leading zeros) 01
%#y The year as a number from 1 to 99 (no leading zeros) 1
%Y The year as a number from 0001 to 9999 (with leading zeros) 2013
%#Y The year as a number from 1 to 9999 (no leading zeros) 2013
Month
%b Abbreviated names of the months Feb
%B Full names of the months February
%m The month as a number from 01 to 12 (with leading zeros) 02
%#m The month as a number from 1 to 12 (no leading zeros) 2
Day of month
%d The day as a number from 01 to 31 (with leading zeros) 07
%#d The day as a number from 1 to 31 (no leading zeros) 7
Day of week
%a Abbreviated names of the days Tu
%A Full names of the months Tuesday

<time/> parameters

Example
Hours
%H Hours in 24-hour format (from 00 to 23, with leading zeros) 07
%#H Hours in 24-hour format (from 0 to 23, no leading zeros) 7
%I Hours in 12-hour format (from 01 to 12, with leading zeros) 05
%#I Hours in 12-hour format (from 1 to 12, no leading zeros) 5
%p A.M./P.M. indication for 12-hour format* AM
Minutes and seconds
%M Minutes as a number from 00 to 59 (with leading zeros) 04
%#M Minutes as a number from 0 to 59 (no leading zeros) 4
%S Seconds as a number from 00 to 59 (with leading zeros) 04
%#S Seconds as a number from 0 to 59 (no leading zeros) 4
Additional parameter
%%

Percentage symbol

Changing your regional settings

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* Available only for the USA, ENG, HUN, and CZ regions.

02.11.2018 16:19:18


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