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Hi there can anyone please help me rewrite this javascript rule below


if (Field("Mob") == "")

return "";


return '<f name="AC Bliss Medium"><z newsize="7"><color cmyk=000000FF>Mob </color></f>'+ '<f name="AC Bliss Light", <z newsize="7"><color cmyk=000000FF>' + Field("Mob")+ '<br>';'</color></f>';


Someone has written this rule but i want to know if there is a way to simplify this.

What this essentially is returning is Mobile phone field with a prefix Mob in AC Bliss Medium font and then the mobile number that the user enters in AC Bliss Light font.


Thanks for your help in advance.



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The best way to simplify your rule is to not have a rule at all. Just enter the prefix and the variable, with all the relevant formatting, in the Variable Text Editor dialog for the text frame, then click the Paragraph button, check the "Suppress if" box, and select "Containing Empty Variables" from the drop-down.
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