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I have put my terms and conditions in company's settings and they appear automaticly in budget, so far so good, the problem is this text haven't format and I want to change color and size of letters, how could I do it?
Thank you so much.
If I am reading your question right, I believe you want to change the Terms & Conditions in your Quotations and Sales orders right? If so, there is definitely a way to do this, however, you need to have experience writing HTML and have access to the database’s developer mode. I must caution you that changing the reports architecture incorrectly (i.e. if your HTML code is incorrect), you can break the functionality of printing and sending your Quotations/Sales Orders. So I only recommend you to do this if you are experienced writing HTML.
Adding Default Terms & Conditions to Quotations and Sales Orders with Different Formats/Sizes/Colors – Odoo Online Version 9 SaaS 11
Activate Developer Mode in Odoo Online:
Click on your name in the top right corner
A dropdown list will appear, click on About
Click Activate the developer mode link on the bottom right of the About prompt
You will notice a lady bug icon on the top banner to the left of your Discuss inbox icon
Adding Default Terms & Condition with Different Font Color, Size, Etc.:
Once in developer mode, click on the Settings icon in your database’s homepage
Click Technical on the top banner, a drop down list will appear
Scroll down through the list and click on Reports, a list of reports appears
Click on the Quotation / Order item name in the list
In the middle of the window, click on Search associated QWeb views
Click on report_salesorder_document, and you will find the reports architecture.
Click on EDIT and below the fiscal position remark paragraph insert your Terms & Conditions with your desired font size, color, etc. (written in HTML)
Now when you print a Quotation and/or Sales Order, you will see your formatted Terms & Conditions.
Please let me know if this helps!
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