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how can i set tab-points in sap script text elements?

how can i set tab-points in sap script text elements?

i want to display the inernal table fields in some fixed places.

now the fields are moving to right based on the lenght of previous fields.

how can i avoid that?

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 06:08 AM

    hi,

    first u need to define the pargraph format and the u can give tab spaces lenth in the tabs fields.

    suppose ur window size is 100 ch and u have 3 fields to be displayed equally in the window.then u need to define the first tab as 33 ch and next is 66 ch.

    and then give like this,

    p1 field1,,field2,,field3.

    if u specify left justified ur result will be written from left to right and vice versa.

    reward me if helpful.

    thanks,

    gupta

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 06:21 AM

    Hi,

    You can make use of Tabs in the following way:

    1. Go to paragraph format and choose the corresponding paragraph format (eg HR) related to the field to be displayed.

    2. Go to 'Tabs' tab and give the tab position :

    for eg : number tab position alignment

    1 5.00 CM LEFT

    2 10.00 CM LEFT

    2. Go to the text editor of that particular window in which the field(eg : v_text1 v_text2 ) is used.

    2. then write in text editor in the following way :

    HR ,,v_text1,, v_text2

    So, your v_text 1 will appear after 5 cm from the left hand side and v_text2 will be displayed after 10cm from left hand side..

    Reward points if helpful.

    Regards,

    Asha

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