How to use Property Names that contain spaces (and other things)

Property names can contain spaces and other special characters.

To use those properties in your PropertyWizard formulas, enclose the property name in square brackets, like this: [Fire Rating]

Otherwise, PropertyWizard will show an error message: the name that PropertyWizard identifies in the error message will just be the first part of the name you intended.

So in this example, I typed the property name ‘Fire Rating’, but the error message only shows ‘Fire’:

Parameter names with spaces have to be enclosed in square brackets

To correct the error, just enclose the property name in square brackets like this:

Correct formula

But don’t enclose the whole line in square brackets, because that will make the whole line look like one property name:

Don’t enclose the whole line in square brackets

Let me know in the comments if you have other problems with ‘Property name not recognised’ errors in your formulas.

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