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how to make a 2-column output in sapscript form

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Hello Abap Professionals!

I have a sample standard text that has this content and layout:

Part I : This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is

an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example

only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

Part II : This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is

an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example

only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

The problem is....

HOW can I make it look like this in the MAIN Window of my Sapscript in Form (SE71)

see the picture below:

Link: [http://img122.imageshack.us/img122/9416/69640352uy2.jpg]

-Don't mind the font.. just the format. I want it to be in 2-column and I have to include the standard text in the Main Window of the Form.

Any help is highly appreciated,

THANKS in ADVANCE.

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Former Member
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Additional: This is just like in Microsoft Word where you could make a 2-column Format in Text..

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hi,

go to layout,

right click and select create window

same way u create the 2nd window

click in 1 st window go to -> text element and type whatever u want

same way u can type in the second window

Re : fomts u can assign in character format

by,

raghul

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Edited by: raghul kanna on Jun 25, 2008 6:47 PM

Edited by: Alvaro Tejada Galindo on Jun 25, 2008 3:37 PM

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Take two page windows of type MAIN in your page, arrange the page windows as two pages, call the text element from your driver program and write this way in you SAP script...

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/E <text element>

/ Part I : This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only. This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

/: NEW-WINDOW

/ Part II : This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only. This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.This is an example only.

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P.S.: let the size of the main window be a bit bigger than it can accomodate the text. The command NEW-WINDOW lets the latter text to be written in the next MAIN window if no variable window is specified.

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Edited by: Alvaro Tejada Galindo on Jun 25, 2008 3:37 PM