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Smartforms - Formatting / Background

Hi,

I have a smartform and the input data to the smartform is sent as a internal table containing text line items. Spacing, line alignment etc are taken care in the data in internal table lines itself. So this internal table is just looped in the MAIN page and the data is displayed. The data coming in is a fixed one and and can be printed in a preprinted stationery with table boxes.

Instead of using stationery, Now i am trying to do the formatting in smartform itself like, display table box for some set of data, make some headings bold.

Is it possible in smartforms to use some fixed background or template or draw tabular boxes? Pls help.

Thanks

Subha

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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 05:51 PM

    Definitely.

    you can add background images, watermarks etc to smart forms. You can also add boxes and formatting. by drawing templates and marking the borders, or simply changing the border style. Check the output options tab

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 05:17 AM

    hi,

    yes all these options are available in smartforms.

    for text formating use a smart style.Define same in smartform transaction and use different character and paragraph formats.

    for the tables and columns, when you create a table, you can assign a suitable frame to it. and add colours also.

    You can also assign a background image.But i would suggest for tables defien a frame, rather then a background image.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 06:41 AM

    hi , it is possible to add Back ground pics. give the name , object and id of the pic but dont forget give the resolution of the pics

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