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Openerp7 - How to use Openoffice Report Design and setTag

Corp. Industrias de Centroamerica S.A.
on 6/30/16, 6:53 PM 139 views

Can you helpme?   I want to put the next code in an exact place in my page, and aparently it funtions with setTag accord with documentation, but i cant get it done.

Pleas Helpme

[[ formatLang(o.amount_untaxed, digits=get_digits(dp='Account')) ]] [[ o.currency_id.symbol ]]

[[ formatLang(o.amount_tax, digits=get_digits(dp='Account')) ]] [[ o.currency_id.symbol ]]

[[ formatLang(o.amount_total, digits=get_digits(dp='Account')) ]] [[ o.currency_id.symbol ]]


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Axel Mendoza
On 7/1/16, 1:24 AM

The setTag it's not for that end. You need to use the tag place, see an example of how to do it here:


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