Follow these four steps to provide rich-text formatting through the Profile document:Here are the steps you will want to use to accomplish this task:
- Create a form with a rich-text field and deselect, "Include In Menu Option."
- Create an agent using the following Formula language code:
@Command ([EditProfileDocument]; "DSMessage"); @All
- Use the newly created agent to produce and edit the Profile document.
- Create a "compute for display" field on the content form to pull in rich-text from your Profile document using:
@GetProfileField ("DSMessage"; "AFSMessage")
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