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Proportional Non proportional font in SAP inbox

Hello,

I am sending a documnet using the FM SO_OBJECT_SEND.

When I see the document content in SAP inbox(tcode SBWP), my document is shown in proportional font by default, however my requirement is to show the contents in non-proportional font. (Transaction code SBWP, clik on the Inbox node, open any document, on the menu double click at 'Settings'). Could anybody provide my requiremnt that whenever I open the document generated through the FM should always be opened in Non-proportional font.

A meaningful, early will be great help for me and worth for my rewards points.

Thanks,

Amarjit Singh

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 10:34 AM

    You can preassign the display by specifying the following command in the object header data in the non-proportional font:

    create declarations :

    data: begin of object_header occurs 10.

    include structure solisti1.

    data: end of object_header.

    FM area :

    object_header = '&SO_FONTTYPE=FIX'.

    append object_header.

    I have declared different structure 'solisti1' not 'soli' because I'm using FM SO_NEW_DOCUMENT_SEND_API1 to send document 'RAW', bat I hope it does not have influence because this structures are identical.

    Example of FM :

    call function 'SO_NEW_DOCUMENT_SEND_API1'

    exporting

    document_data = email_data

    document_type = 'RAW'

    put_in_outbox = 'X'

    importing

    new_object_id = id_mail

    tables

    object_content = data_tab

    <b> object_header = object_header</b>

    receivers = email_send.

    Greetings from Poland.

    I hope that solution wil be usefull for You.

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