Just as you can in previous versions of WinTOTAL, you have the option to
format individual fields within any given form. To change the formatting
for a field:
In the Forms PowerView, open the form you
need and right-click a field you’d like to reformat.
In addition to traditional word processing commands, you can also use the
Fonts — This allows you to change the field’s font
Field format — This allows you to change various
formatting options for the field.
Override number format — This overrides a default
number format so that the field accepts whatever data you enter into it.
If you chose Fonts, simply choose the font type, size,
style, and colors from the appropriate fields and click OK
when you’re finished. Notice that as you change your font effects you
can preview them in the preview pane to the bottom right of the window.
Alternately, if you chose Field format, you have the
Read Only — Only allows you to read a field and does
not permit manual changes to a field.
Invisible — Hides the field and its data from
Note: This option only applies for
Non-Printing — Designates that a field should not print
with the rest of your form data when you choose to print your report.
Skipped by Enter — Causes WinTOTAL to skip this field
when you travel consecutively through the fields in your report using the
No Calc — Prevents WinTOTAL from calculating this
field. This can be particularly handy when you enter data into a field
that would normally resolve the data to some calculation, but you do not
want that to happen.
Numbers Only — Prevents you from typing letters and
other non-numeric characters into the field.
2 Decimal Places — Limits the number of decimal places
in a number field to 2.
Show Commas — Toggles commas in numeric fields on and
Leading + or - — Requires a leading + or – in the
field such as in the comps grid.
No Transfer In — Toggles field locking on and off.
Rounding — Allows you to set rounding for numeric
fields. The default option is No Rounding.
Alignment — Allows you to set your field
alignment. The default option is No Align.