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bold the hard code value in sap-script

Hi friends,

Could anyone tell me how to display 1st half of hard code text in bold and 2nd half in unbold of a line of hardcode text ?

Pls treat it urgent

I will reward for every useful responses.

Thx in Adv.

Bobby

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 07:52 AM

    Hi,

    1.First half of hard coded text in One character format which has BOLD.

    2.Second half of hard coded text in Another char format which does not have bold.

    3.But, there is one solution without using this .

    i.e:Write the text Bold and unbold .use that as it is.

    Regards,

    If helpful reward with points(Don't forget).

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 08:04 AM

    hi,

    Create a character format for bold using Se72.

    let the charcter format is c1.

    Then call the style as

    /: Style <STYLE NAME>

    then In the editor Write like this

    <c1>Hi How</c1> r u

    it will display Hi How as bold and r u as simple.

    regards

    Sandipan

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 08:33 AM

    Hi,

    First make the character format which has bold characterstic say b1.

    then in ur code write

    P1 <b1>words to be bold</b1>words not be bold.

    Thanks,

    Parul.

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