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I want to edit a text element in a smart form but i can't find it in the main, where can i find it please,



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  • Posted on Apr 06 at 04:34 PM

    1. Click on the Test button or press F8 to open the generated FM in SE37:

    2. Display (F7) the generated FM for the smartform

    3. Use the Search spyglasses (CTRL+F) to look for e.g. <text>-heading

    • As String == X
    • In main program == X

    4. You will find all the forms where that field is set in the smartform. The name of the forms should give you enough information to find it in the smartform. If not, give us a screenshot of the FM codings where you found the key word and we will help you from there.

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  • Posted on Apr 09 at 02:28 PM

    Thanks for your help,

    This the part in the FM, and i think text68 it's what i m looking for, how can i find it and edit it ?



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  • Posted on Apr 16 at 07:44 PM

    We found the text in so10,


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