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Hi All,

I cannot find table name where a font size from the General settings is located. As I know the fond size is user specific, so I was looking in some user tables but with no luck.

Would anyone know in which SAP table and column I can find a Font Size value?

Many thanks

Milan

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 12:29 PM

    Hi,

    If you want to change the font size and type then go to>>Administrator>>system Initialization>>general seeting>>choose font & bkgd Tab

    Regards

    Deepak tyagi

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 01:20 PM

    Hi Deepak,

    I know how and where to change a font size. What I don't know where this value is located in SAP database.

    i was thinking this is fedinitely in the databse. I was thinkin that the font information is part of the hex value in OUSR.UserPrefs, but after changes I can see that this column is not righ.

    any other idea, where in SAP database, in which column I can find a font size values?

    Many thanks.

    Milan

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      Hi Milan,

      I am afraid this setup is not saved in any of the B1 tables. It is related a specific client. You can test it to see by different databases but same user. If you change font in one db, it will affect another db. That can only be done through local file or registration file.

      Thanks,

      Gordon

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