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Document the purpose and usage of the macro.



The document type app-macro provides the following properties:


Please note that only information about specific properties is provided here. Common document property used by all document types are documented by Document Properties.


Specify the unique macro identifier.


Declare the type of this macro. This information is used for categorization and allows to collect all macros on the referenced type page.


Specify the suite of tools the macro belongs to.

App Tool

Specify the app the macro belongs to.



Specify since which version this feature is available.


Specify since which version this feature is marked as deprecated.


Specify since which version this feature has been removed.



Give a short overview over what the macro is about (very brief) and what information this document provides.


Provide information about the purpose and usage of each of the macro''s parameters.

Macro Body

Specify what the macro accepts as content for its body. Leave empty if the macro accepts no body content.


Provide detailed information on using this macro within documents. This allows to give background information on concepts and best practices.

Related Macros

Provide information on how this macro interacts with other macros. You may also provide information on when to use which macro for a given problem.

Subordinate Macros

If a macro is divided in different variants or composed of other macros, mention them here.


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