How to use the current date in a document
Version: 2.5 - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Having the current date inserted automatically into your SW document is convenient. However, the way you specify the date differs depending upon whether your document uses a Style Editor style or not.
If you're using a non-Style Editor style, you can insert the TeX command \today anywhere in your document that you want the current date to appear. For example, the statement The date is \today inserts the current date in your document at the point the statement appears.
If you're using a Style Editor style, however, the \today command doesn't work. Instead, you must use the built-in name Today in a component list, like this:
This document was created with Scientific WorkPlace.