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hi experts,

how can insert the external fornt family to ourscripts?

thanks in advance

radhakrishna

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 09:48 PM

    Hi Reddy,

    please follow these steps !!

    Start SAPscript font maintenance (transaction SE73 ).

    Choose Install TrueType font.

    Enter a font name that starts with Z (for example, ZMYFONT). The system uses this name for the TrueType font.

    Specify the attributes of the font (normal, bold, italic, or bold and italic). To do this, mark the respective fields:

    normal: no field

    bold: field Font attribute BOLD

    italic: field Font attribute ITALIC

    bold and italic: fields BOLD and ITALIC

    To use a font with all attributes, you therefore need four font files (z.B. myfont.ttf , myfonti.ttf , myfontb.ttf , myfontbi.ttf ).

    Enter the path and file name of the font file and choose Execute.

    Specify the control sequence that identifies the font in Rich Text Format.

    The SAPscript text editor and the graphic print preview use this information to display the characters correctly.

    The font info has the following structure:

    \f <name of the font family> \fcharset <WinCharSet number> \f <font name>

    For the SAPscript font TIMES this information is:

    \froman\fcharset &&& Times New Roman

    For more information see the RTF Specification by Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com).

    Create a style (transaction se73 ) or a form (transaction so10 ) and define formats using the TrueType fonts

    Regards

    Venkat

    Award me, if useful.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 08:45 PM

    Hi,

    have a look at transaction SE73.

    Best regards

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