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adjust alignment for print function

hi all,

when i click on print icon for change management, the layout that was given on the new page (printDetail.do) has alignment problems for most of the fields.

 

where do i change or edit the alignment?

is it the css style sheets or is it under form design? i cannnot seem to find any relevant ones

 

please help. thanks so much

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Re: adjust alignment for print function

Print formatting is controlled at the application binary level and cannot be adjusted via tailoring. It dynamically renders the print format from the displayed SM form.

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Re: adjust alignment for print function

hi thanks john!

so is there anyway we can edit the binaries for printing output?

 

thanks so much!!

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Re: adjust alignment for print function

You can insert blank label controls (no input/no caption) in the format to coerce the binaries to print correctly.

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Hi Re: adjust alignment for print function

hi jason,

thanks for the hint!

 

any idea where i can add those blank spaces/captions?

 

best regards

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