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PLD problem

Former Member
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Hi,

i've a long text to insert in Pld print model that it has 200 word.

i want to see this words in justified format ( similar Office Word)

Can i do it in sap????

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Former Member
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hi,

You have the option to justify the field try this option.

Regards

Chidambaram

Former Member
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ok,

what option do you mean????

Former Member
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hi,

You can go to the properties window under font Tab go and set the language-dependent and in the line break you have to give it as divide into rows.....

then you will have as Ms-word alignment. try this.

Regards

Chidambaram

Former Member
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Hi,

thank you so much but i go in pld function:

After i go in Print Designer layout ( in sap toolbar) and open Document properties

i see the line brake only in Time format and not in Font Properties.

in this there are only Fonts Format...

Where is my error????

Edited by: Lorenzo Pelati on Mar 22, 2010 12:37 PM

Former Member
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If you select the field you have added, then, on the properties> format tab you will find the choices as to alignment and line break.

The document properties apply to the entire layout, not just the field

Former Member
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i see the properties Field and i see Font Format.

if i click the button i can select these choices:

a) Word character

b) Style

c) Lenght

i don't see the line break...have i to select a particular character????thanks

Former Member
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Font format is related to one letter or character only. There is no link between font format and line break.

Former Member
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Thanks Gordon,

is there a method to do it?????

Former Member
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I have answered already on my first reply. You may only get: Left, Right, Centralized or Language-Dependent alignment for the line format. For Line Break, you need to set as Divide into Rows.

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Former Member
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Hi,

The answer is No. That is because, PLD is not a word processor. The only alignments options are limited to the selection you have. You may try Language-Dependent to see if that closes to your need.

Thanks,

Gordon