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Smartform layout: divide the page in left and right half

Hello Everyone,


So the requirement I have received is to populate the data in a smartform in the below described way.
The data is to be populated in main window in a table like way with a header, main and footer. The data will be dynamic in nature no way of knowing number of records.

The user want to print the data in left half of a A4 sheet(potrait) first, once left half of the page is filled the data should start filling the right half of the page. Once right side is also done next page left side to be used and then right again and so on,..

Basically it's printing two pages in a single page by dividing in into left half and right half vertically. (Like a newspaper article with 2 columns but here data will be a table form).

I am not sure how to achieve that with smartforms, so if anyone can help me with this it will be a great help.

My Knowledge in smartform: I am beginner in smartform with experience of 10-12 smartforms of midium difficulty.

All responses are much appreciated. And I hope I do make sense of the requirement without confusing anyone.

Thanks & Regards,
Mayank

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2016 at 04:05 PM

    Your question triggered me to write this blog: 'Column view' in SAPScripts/ Smartforms

    Please let me know if something is not clear.

    Thanks,

    Juwin

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2016 at 07:34 PM

    maybe you can use extra one or two key elements or count index for example: if index between from 1 to 8 left side and add 8 to index and 9 to 16 right side.

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