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Tabs or Indents - Description cell


Are there any commands or 'mark up' language that allow either




or bullet points

to be placed in free form text thats typed into the description cells

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As Steve, short answer is no.

Some workarounds some of my clients have implemented.

Copying a bullet point into the description field works (i.e. go to the web, find a bullet point, copy it and paste it into QuoteWerks). You can also copy this to the double-click/F2 lookup to make it easily accessible.

Have a field/column specifically for bullet points / sub-text.

For example; Product Title / Product Description

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Its Quotewerks PC install

One advantage of 'no formatting' I suppose, are spaces are 'consistent' in size

And that's what I have been using to provide indenting and alignment  - as well as * symbols  for bullets.

I appreciate the reply - I had hoped something had moved on.

Its not too much of a problem - the deep detail of each quote is in a separate word (PDF) document , and the description boxes act as a '10-20' line summary of the multi page quote


Unfortunately the short answer is "no". If you are presenting the quote to a prospect using QuoteValet, then you could write the Description using HTML markups (<ul>, <ol>, <li>, etc.) but this won't look so great if you also use that field in a PDF Layout. The alternative is to use spaces for the indent and an asterisk or "1)", "2)", etc. for bullets.

Do you use QuoteValet?

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