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NSC | Add Inline Labels on Body Section of a Record using Custom Fields

edited Mar 16, 2023 10:58AM in SuiteCloud / Customization

Users need to add a Label on the Body section of a Record. This can be done by creating an Inline Type Custom Field and place it in the preferred position. To do this, kindly follow the steps below:

  1. Navigate to Customization > Lists, Records, & Fields > Transaction Body Fields > New
  2. Label: Enter Label
  3. Example: This is a Label
  4. Type: Select Inline HTML
  5. Store Value: Remove Checkmark
  6. Click Applies To
    1. Preferred Transaction Records: Enter Checkmark 
  7. Click Validation & Defaulting
    1. Default Value: Enter '<div style="color:black;font-weight:bold;font-size: 13pt;">' || {customfield} || '</div>'
      1. Note: {customfield} is the field ID of the field to be sourced in the Inline HTML

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