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Use the Statement Format tab of the New Statement Defaults dialog to define the default formats for the header, body, and footer in new statements, including fonts, numbers, alignments, number of rows and row height, and number of columns and column width.

From the Financial Statement Editor window, choose Setup > System Configuration > New Statement Defaults and then click the Statement Format tab.

See also: New Statement Defaults [Setup menu]

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For each group box in this dialog (Header, Body, and Footer), specify the default number of rows and row height and the default number of columns and column width.

Also, click the Choose Format button for each section (Header, Body, and Footer) to open the Format Cells dialog for that section of the statement and specify desired statement defaults for font, number, and alignment settings.

Font. You may specify the typeface, style, size, the type of underlining, and the color. By marking the appropriate checkbox, you may also choose to select strikethrough text or all uppercase letters.

Number. You may define how the numbers should appear in the selected cell(s):

Alignment. You may specify where in the cell data should appear, for the horizontal and vertical alignments and the distance to indent.

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