The LabelsInfo.XML document is located in the user application data folder (%appdata%\Meeting Schedule Assistant) and is used when preparing Midweek Schedules. It includes extra information to assist you, should you want to do any advanced customization.

Here is an example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Labels Version="240000">

    <Name>Name</Name>
    <Gender>Gender</Gender>
    <AppointedAs>Appointed As</AppointedAs>
    <ServingAs>Serving As</ServingAs>
    <Sound>Sound</Sound>
    <Platform>Platform</Platform>
    <Microphone>Microphone</Microphone>
    <Attendant>Attendant</Attendant>
    <MidweekMeeting>Midweek Meeting</MidweekMeeting>
    <ConductorCBS CustomFixedIndex="0">CBS Conductor</ConductorCBS>
    <ReaderCBS CustomFixedIndex="1">CBS Reader</ReaderCBS>
    <MidweekChairman CustomFixedIndex="2">Midweek Chairman</MidweekChairman>
    <MidweekPrayer CustomFixedIndex="3">Midweek Prayer</MidweekPrayer>
    <Host CustomFixedIndex="4">Midweek Prayer</Host>
    <CoHost CustomFixedIndex="5">Midweek Prayer</CoHost>
    <StudentBibleReader>Student Bible Reader</StudentBibleReader>
    <StudentDiscussion>Student Discussion</StudentDiscussionr>
    <StudentTalk>Student Talk</StudentTalk>
    <Demonstrations>Demonstrations</Demonstrations>
    <Publisher>Publisher</Publisher>
    <RegularPioneer>Regular pioneer</RegularPioneer>
    <UnbaptisedPublisher>Unbaptised Publisher</UnbaptisedPublisher>
    <Elder>Elder</Elder>
    <MinisterialServant>Ministerial servant</MinisterialServant>
    <NotAppointed>Not appointed</NotAppointed>
    <Other>Other</Other>
    <Male>Brother</Male>
    <Female>Sister</Female>
    <Assistant>Assistant</Assistant>

    <AuxClassCounsellor>Auxiliary Classroom Counsellor</AuxClassCounsellor>

    <BibleReading>Bible Reading</BibleReading>
    <Talk>Talk</Talk>
    <Custom Index="0">Hall Cleaning</Custom>
    <Custom Index="4">Chairman</Custom>
    <Custom Index="5">Watchtower Reader</Custom>
    <DateHeading>Date</DateHeading>
    <Sound Index="1">Sound</Sound>
    <Sound Index="2">Sound 2</Sound>
    <Sound Index="3">Sound 3</Sound>
    <Sound Index="4">Sound 4</Sound>
    <Mike Index="1">Mic Left</Mike>
    <Mike Index="2">Mic Right</Mike>
    <Mike Index="3">Mike 3</Mike>
    <Mike Index="4">Mike 4</Mike>
    <Mike Index="5">Mike 5</Mike>
    <Mike Index="6">Mike 6</Mike>
    <Attendant Index="1">Hall Attendant</Attendant>
    <Attendant Index="2">Car Park</Attendant>
    <Attendant Index="3">Attendant 3</Attendant>
    <Attendant Index="4">Attendant 4</Attendant>
    <Cleaning Index="1">Spot Clean</Cleaning>
    <Cleaning Index="2">Hall Clean</Cleaning>
    <CongMemo1>Address 1</CongMemo1>
    <CongMemo2>Address 2</CongMemo2>
    <CongMemo3>Town</CongMemo3>
    <CongMemo4>County</CongMemo4>
    <CongMemo5>Postcode</CongMemo5>
    <CongNotes>Notes</CongNotes>
    <TalkCoordMemo1>Address 1</TalkCoordMemo1>
    <TalkCoordMemo2>Address 2</TalkCoordMemo2>
    <TalkCoordMemo3>Town</TalkCoordMemo3>
    <TalkCoordMemo4>County</TalkCoordMemo4>
    <TalkCoordMemo5>Postcode</TalkCoordMemo5>
    <TalkCoordNotes>Notes</TalkCoordNotes>
    <SpeakerMemo1>Address 1</SpeakerMemo1>
    <SpeakerMemo2>Address 2</SpeakerMemo2>
    <SpeakerMemo3>Town</SpeakerMemo3>
    <SpeakerMemo4>County</SpeakerMemo4>
    <SpeakerMemo5>Postcode</SpeakerMemo5>
    <SpeakerNotes>Notes</SpeakerNotes>
</Labels>

This file clearly defines the meaning of CustomFixed and Custom values. This benefits you in two ways:

  1. Targeted Searches: You can easily identify the correct combination of Index and IndexType values needed to locate specific information within the history file.
  2. Optional Labels: You have the flexibility to leverage the provided labels on the schedule for improved clarity.