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How to call new window and text element without changing print program

Hi Friends,

I have requirement like this . i have a standard print prog and custom form. i want add 2 to 3 extra windows in the form and i have to print some data. but how can v do this with out changing the print program. i know that to pick new fields through subroutines. but how can v call new windows and new text elements with out changing the print program.

usually in the print program we write as follows.

write_form

window = 'HEADER'

textelemtn = 'HEADER'

can we accomplish this one also through subroutines or any other way is there.

can any one pls suggest this.

Thanks in advance.

Rahul

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 02:16 PM

    u copy the standard print program and make custom program.

    write your own codes in it.

    assign this program in the place of standard print program.

    Reward points, if helpful.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 09:01 AM

    HI,

    for this you have copy print program add text elements and call a window usng write_form.

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