Formatting computed for display fields on the Web

In order to gain control over Notes "Computed for Display" fields for display in a Web browser, wrapper your formula language with the HTML tags you wish to use. This will allow more control over how you want your data to be displayed in a web browser. For example, in order to format a dollar value place the following code in the value section for the field: "[<FONT STYLE='font size="12";text-align="right";color:black'>]" + @Text(DollarAmount;"C,0") + "[</FONT>]"

This will format the font face and color and right align the data in the field.

"[<FONT STYLE='font size="12";text-align="right";color:black'>]" + @Text(DollarAmount;"C,0") + "[</FONT>]"

This was first published in August 2001

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