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The problem I'm trying to solve is getting some padding between the left end of our SUBHEAD and the beginning of the SUBHEAD text. Right now, the text starts straight from the left side with no padding at all and that's not pretty...
Apparently, such padding is added using the LEFTGAP style property, but I can't get it to work.
When I run below code, I get a FOCERROR:
(FOC3237) STYLESHEET KEYWORD INVALID IN THIS CONTEXT AT LINE 10: LEFTGAPRIGH
TABLE FILE CAR
BY COUNTRY NOPRINT
ON COUNTRY SUBHEAD
ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT PDF
ON TABLE SET STYLE *
After commenting the LEFTGAP line out, the report runs.
Is LEFTGAP unsupported in SUBHEAD?
What's with the garbled error message? It seems to append something related to RIGHTGAP to the message, but there is no hint of that in my stylesheet!
And most importantly, how do I get the desired padding?!?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Wep5622,
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