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Re: [libreoffice-users] Incorrect font colour when printing in Base


Hi Adam,

> I have created three forms in Base; Clients, Letters and
> Letters_Print so that I can create and print out unique letters. I
> have changed the font colour of all fields in Letters_Print to Dark
> Blue 1 via Control > General > Font. All looks as I want except that
> when I go to print the letter only the address and text body fields
> are in dark blue. All others remain in black. What am I doing wrong?
> I include an example with the problem.

Attachments aren't allowed here.

If you wan't to print a letter with Base you could better use a report.

What is the difference between the fields you could or couldn't print
with the choosen colour?

Regards

Robert
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