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SAPSCRIPT-Character symbols

Former Member
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Hi ,

How to declare a character symbols in SAPSCRIPT. If I use Insert -> Character -> SAP symbols , I am getting # in the print preview. Even I change any symbols, I am getting the same element <640> whether it is check box or tick mark.

Should I have give 😕 (command ) or * (new line)

I need to print

Billing doc no description followed by check box

Kindly clarify it.

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Former Member
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Hi jayasree,

1. first of all give some space

between billing doc no and the symbol.

(other wise it will overlap sometimes in printing)

2. secondly, i tried at my end,

in the preview, it shows BLANK,

BUT WHILE TAKING PRINT OUT IN HARD COPY,

<b> IT PRINTS PERFECTLY FINE.</b>

regards,

amit m.

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Former Member
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Hi,

In the print preview it will be like that only.

If you took raw copy u will get the symbols.

go a head with printing u will get that.

Thanks.

If this helps you reward with points.

Message was edited by: KDeepak

former_member188685
Active Contributor
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Hi,

it should be * even if you give command /: also you will get it.

check it. i tried at my end , i am able to see the them in my Print out.

Regards

Vijay

Former Member
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Hi jayasree,

1. first of all give some space

between billing doc no and the symbol.

(other wise it will overlap sometimes in printing)

2. secondly, i tried at my end,

in the preview, it shows BLANK,

BUT WHILE TAKING PRINT OUT IN HARD COPY,

<b> IT PRINTS PERFECTLY FINE.</b>

regards,

amit m.