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Hi,

I want whatever² , but instead of the ² there is supposed to be an i.

So I Need to Style my Title.

TYPE=TITLE, COLUMN=LAND, OBJECT=FIELD, ITEM=2, COLOR=BLUE, SIZE=2, $

is just not working.

Ideas?

Thanks.

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What does the "i" represent?


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it's just suppose to refer to an Explanation at the page bottom


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AS in reference to a Footnote. This should work: DEFINE a new field (FTOA) and concatenate a (Alt 0185 or Alt +00B9: to get an "¹").
 
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I am not sure that you can seperate styling to sections of a title? Exactly what are you trying to pass in your title?

A couple of things to note:
  • Try and show an example of your issue using a sample table so that we can also run it to see what you mean.
  • Reply to your posts so that we know if your issue is solved


You do not mention what output format you are attempting either. However, assuming that it is HTML, you could try using the following method to get "high numbers" (also known as superscript).

TABLE FILE GGSALES
SUM DOLLARS AS 'Amount'
BY REGION AS 'whatever<sup style="color:red;">2</sup>'
BY ST
BY CITY
ON TABLE SET PAGE NOLEAD
ON TABLE SET STYLE *
SIZE=12, $
ENDSTYLE
END
-RUN


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I'm sorry for leading you down the wrong path... Sweating

But, Thanks a Gig to Tony for what I was heading toward. I did not recall the use of "<sup [style, etc]>anything</sup>".
 
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quote:
'whatever2'


GREAT! Works fine for me


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