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Standard Text and Text element

Hi Everyone,

Hope you all doing great.

What is the difference between SAP Stadard text and Text elements? When and where to use these?

I have got Terms and condition text for my quote O/P Document, Is it okay if i go with Standard text?

What is the Text ID i have to use?

Thank you

Kris

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 04:52 PM

    Hey Kris, "Standard" Texts and "Text elements" are a bit different.

    If you go into a sales document and Go To - Header - Texts for example, you will see "Text Elements" (not sure if they are truly called this).

    In VOTXn you can configure these to be copied from the customer master, etc.

    "Standard" texts are created in T-Code SO10. You can use these to manually paste teh defined text into wherever you want. For instance in the sales doc header text you would select menu Include - Text - Standard... and select the pre-defined "Standard" text which will then essentially "paste" into your text element.

    Make sense ?

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 04:52 PM

    Hi

    Difference between SAP Standard text and Text elements :

    SAP Standard text : The standard texts which have been already created and can be created

    Text Elements : They are the elements which are available in VOTXN and are assigned while configuring text determination

    Regards

    Srinath

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