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Using the "Publish to Document" button

Using the "Publish to Document" button

Using the "Publish to Document" button

Summary: I have one Quote with two lines and a separate configuration on each quote line. I want the second configuration on the second line, to see certain inputs that were entered on the first line. I found the "Publish to Document" button on the input screen for the configurator inputs which supposedly passes that input to the next configuration in the same quote.

Problem: The problem is I have no idea how to call the variable I entered in the first configuration when I get to the second. I can not enter the variable name, the publish to document doesn't create a global input variable. How do I call it?

Thank you for any help

RE: Using the "Publish to Document" button

Also, does it have to be the same part in each quote line for this to work? Or is there a way to call the original input in a new/different part on a second quote line?

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