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Smartforms Paragraph Formatting

Dear Guys,

I have created Standard Text through S010 with a SYSTEM style and included this text in Smartforms with different style.

My text contains multiple paragraph when i execute the smartforms then i notice that the first paragraph display formatting correctly while remaining para display in different format (It takes the form style).

While including text in smartform I have selected paragraph option First Paragraph, but I changed to Standard Para total text is displaying in different format other than i defined.

Please let me know how to apply same paragraph formatting to text which having multiple para.

Also wht is difference bet Std Para and First Para.

Thanks in stack

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 10:15 AM

    Dear Nilesh Shete ,

    Please try to fill the paragraph format only in the

    Std Para field and leave the First Para field empty.

    The Std Para field applies the paragraph format to all the paragraphs in your Standard Text.

    The First Para applies the paragraph format only to the first paragraph in your Standard Text.

    Use * as the paragraph format in your Standard Text

    Eyal.

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 07:03 AM

    Try setting at style at the top level i.e global level.

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 09:44 AM

    Hi Nilesh,

    Did you give the style name in the output options of the include text.

    Regards,

    Vidya.

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