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H and Bold tags in standard text not reflecting in adobe forms

sharonphilip
Explorer

Hello...
In the standard text, I have uploaded text from a word document.

The tags are showing as <H> for bold...
When I save and try to test...
It still shows regular font... I have tried using <B> as well and it is the same...

This is the standard text below:



This is how it looks in print preview:


The form being called is an adobe form.
Can someone help me with this?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sharon

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

abo
Active Contributor

Check the context, you need a matching style in the relevant textnode.

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abo
Active Contributor

Check the context, you need a matching style in the relevant textnode.

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Hello...
Do you mind explaining a little bit more? 😅

Thanks a lot 🙂

abo
Active Contributor
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The style must be specified in the context for your text node, otherwise formatting will not match the original

Scroll the context until you get to your text node (the one you're bound to in Design), Properties, Style (the last field)

Thank you very much, c5e08e0478aa4727abc4482f5be390b2
That was the issue...
The value of the style property was missing in the Context.

Issue is resolved now...
Thanks a lot 🙂

Sandra_Rossi
Active Contributor
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For sure, the answer would depend how you connect the text in your Adobe form...

FredericGirod
Active Contributor
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did you define the smartstyle ?

sharonphilip
Explorer
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Hello sandra.rossi...
Could you explain more?
Because I did check the layout of the form and the text field seems to be using the field format "Rich Text" which I believe is the correct option...

Sandra_Rossi
Active Contributor
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Thank you for providing this first explanation. Now you can search the Web how "Rich Text" works e.g. first answer proposed is Displaying Rich (Formatted) text in SAP ADOBE form | SAP Blogs, HTML format and so on.