Placeholders in auto-endorse prefix strings: Kodak scanners
This table lists placeholder and formatting characters that you can use in the Prefix string setting when your scanner’s Auto endorse function is enabled. If you want a counter to be included in the endorsed string, you must use a placeholder for the counter.
The prefix string can include a combination of format specifiers (with modifiers) and messages. A message is any sequence of characters that is not separated by a format specifier.
A maximum of 6 messages are allowed and each must not exceed 20 characters.
|%A||n/a||Inserts the value defined for Image Address field A. (Does not apply to Kodak i200 or i600 series scanners.)|
|%B||n/a||Inserts the value defined for Image Address field B. (Does not apply to Kodak i200 or i600 series scanners.)|
|%C||n/a||Inserts the value defined for Image Address field C. (Does not apply to Kodak i200 or i600 series scanners.)|
|%D||n/a||Inserts the value defined for Image Address field D. (Does not apply to Kodak i200 or i600 series scanners.)|
|%S||None||Inserts the current value of the sequential counter.|
|0||Optional. Formats the counter to be left padded with zeros to fill the defined field width. Example: %0S|
|1-9||Optional. Defines the field width used to print the counter. If the 0 modifier is used this field will be left padded with zeros. Otherwise it will be left padded with spaces. Examples: %7S, %05S|
|#||n/a||Same as %S but cannot be formatted.|
|%T||n/a||Inserts the current time in a HH:MM format.|
|%Y||None||Inserts the current date in a MMDDYYYY format without a delimiter.|
|1||Optional. Default. Sets the data format to MMDDYYYY. Same as if no modifier was specified. Example: %1Y|
|2||Optional. Sets the date format to DDMMYYYY. Example: %2Y|
|3||Optional. Sets the date format to YYYYDDMM. Example: %3Y|
|_ (underscore)||Optional. Sets date delimiter to the space character. Can be used with or without date format specifier but cannot precede it. Examples: %_Y, %2_Y.|
|-||Optional. Sets date delimiter to the dash character.|
|/||Optional. Sets the date delimiter to the slash character.|
|.||Optional. Sets the date delimiter to the dot character.|
Please refer to the documentation that came with your scanner if you need more information.