Reference Form Variable displayed in...

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I know that you can reference a form variable in the "Notifications" or "Confirm Email" emails.
That's very simple by just reference the variable as [Field_Name_Here].

Is there a similar way to put that into a Plain Text block.

For instance, if Vendor=CompanyA then is there some method to display the Plain Text as
"We have already registered the CompanyA in the tradeshow."
An equivalent Excel formula would be ="We have already registered the "&Vendor&" in the tradeshow."
It might be an HTML code section. The form is hosted on S-Drive so I don't think I have the ability to modify the Web Form Builder PHP code.

I've looked and I don't see anything that would address this. Does anyone have any ideas?
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I'm lost as to how your wanting to set the variable or which variable you want to use. Can you explain a little more?
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

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Have the same question. I want to write text and use a form name variable embedded into the block of text, so as an example:

Form field name: FirstName and RegisterAs

A text message block that says: Thank you [FirstName] for choosing to register with us as [RegisterAs]. Please be sure to mail in your payment....
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