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29 4.2.3 Defining Character Formats Character formats in forms determine how text is formatted within paragraphs. They are a
refined form of text layout.
1. Choose Goto Character strings. This takes you to the request screen for standard attributes of character strings. 2. Choose Edit Create element. A dialog box appears. 3. Enter a character tag and description. The character tag is created. The system sets all standard attributes to * . You can
overwrite this setting. 4. Choose Attributes Font to define the font attributes for the character format. Font attributes provide a more detailed definition. 5. Enter values in the input-enabled fields. The fields Bold, Italics, and Underlined are automatically displayed with * . You can
overwrite this with your entry. 6. Repeat the definition of character tags and their standard and font attributes until all required character formats have been defined. 7. Save the character formats. 4.2.4 Defining Pages You must define at least one logical page for every form. Otherwise it is not possible to format
texts. To define a page, assign a name and specify attributes.

1. Choose Goto Pages.
2. Choose Edit Create element.
3. Enter a page name and a short description in the fields Page and Description. Input-enabled fields are displayed in the lower screen area. 4. Enter values in accordance with the guidelines for page definition. You can overwrite the default values set in the fields Mode and Numbering type. 5. Repeat these steps until all pages are defined.
6. Save your entries.
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