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Hi Experts,

I wanted to print the particular data in particular column in sap-script.

In brief my data is printed in other column. I wanted to print that data in specified column.

Anybody will tell me how to modify it so that data is printed in particular column.

Plz reply me as earliest as possible.

Regards

Salil

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 05:06 AM

    You should create a paragraph format and then define your tabs there according to your column positions.

    Then use the tabs for writing your text in different

    columns your text will be in right position always.

    Like if you want to write a text in second tab.

    ,,,,text.

    two commas for a tab.

    ,,column1 ,,column2 ,,column3

    Regards,

    Wasim Ahmed

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 05:10 AM

    Hi,

    You can create one paragraph formate in that you need to create Tab position by click the Tabs push button.

    In you script you need to code like this

    P1 ,,value1,,value2,,value3,,value4

    Here P1 is your newly created paragraph.

    Cheers,

    Bujji

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    • Just in front of <b>&itab-kunnr&,,&itab-land1&</b>, you will have a paragraph format.( a 2 character field).

      YOu hacve to come out of the text elements screen. and press the Paragraph Formats Push Button on the Application Toolbar.

      Then chose your paragraph format name and set the settings for right-align or left align.

      Number Tab position Alignment

      1 1 CM LEFT

      2 5 CM RIGHT

      3 10 CM CENTER

      Regards,

      Ravi

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