referenceHeader (letter)

Node type: Block element (can contain only other elements)

Whitespace: Not protected

Definition

Contains metadata associated with a letter, such as the letter langauge, date of publication, and keywords or search terms.

Code Sample

<referenceHeader>

<publicationID type="letter" title="first-presidency-letter-feb-1-2013"/>

<projectNumber>

<tracking>PD10047568</tracking>

<sku>11940</sku>

</projectNumber>

<publicationLanguage>000</publicationLanguage>

<workTitle>First Presidency letter, Feb. 1, 2013</workTitle>

<shortTitle>First Presidency letter</shortTitle>

<description>

<title>First Presidency letter, 1 February 2013: Worldwide Leadership Training DVD</title>

<para>A DVD titled <emphasis>Strengthening the Family and the Church through the Priesthood</emphasis> will be sent to all units of the Church in March 2013.</para>

</description>

<publicationDate>2013-02-01</publicationDate>

<approvalDate>2013-02-01</approvalDate>

<subjectGroup>

<subject>leadership</subject>

<subject>priesthood</subject>

</subjectGroup>

<searchTerms>

<authorRole>First Presidency</authorRole>

</searchTerms>

<editor>Doreen McKnight</editor>

<nextParaID>12</nextParaID>

<versions>

<version stage="source" org="publishing-services" timeStamp="2013-01-28T13:44:13.216-07:00">2</version>

</versions>

</referenceHeader>

Notes

Any element that can exist in a file by itself needs a referenceHeader. Examples include book, chapter, magazine, article, topicBlock, and figureBlock.

Marking in Microsoft Word

The letter-specific Word template contains the reference header elements.