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How to merge cell as Excel with smartforms ???

Hi all Gurus of SmartForms,

I want to format a template as Excel by using Merge.

I means I want Merge 2 cells into 1 and put data into center of new cell.

But I dont know how to do that by SmartForms

Who can help me step by step?

Thanks.

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 08:32 AM

    In smart form u can design the templates as u like.the height and width of the cell of each line of the templated are independent. so if you want a cell in one line of the template as

    same as the width of the two cells in other line then u design the line accordingly by giving the width of the cells.

    Award points if it is useful

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    • Former Member

      Thanks

      But I have a problem

      B C

      D E

      cell D and E is in the same row.

      I want cell C is in top center cell D and E.

      I want cell B is in center cell C, D. If I do as your way, result isn't , cell B is only top not center C and D.

      Edited by: kathy a on May 27, 2008 10:47 AM

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 08:39 AM

    Hi,

    In smartforms templete there is no set size of cell like in excel it depends on how you design it while you are creating it you get the templete there will be an option in table painter (icon pen) to draw lines and columns which you can use to design the columns and rows you desire.

    Regards,

    Himanshu Verma

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