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    File name for Tax Type report (Pastel Xpress)

    Hi,

    I would like to adjust column sizes in the Tax Type report in Pastel Xpress v11. I don't know how to locate the template that I will be modifying (and saving with a .enz)

    Can anyone assist?

    Thank you!

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    Are you referring to the simulated VAT201 document or the standard tax type report?

    None of the standard reports in Pastel have underlying templates that can be modified, unlike documents such as invoices, credit notes and statements which can be modified with the Forms Designer.

    However, if you are referring to the simulated VAT201 document, the template file is named taxsa.eng or taxsa.enz.
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    Thank you Neville. I am referring to the Tax Type report. Wish there was a way to modify the outlay slightly. My problem is that the column is not wide enough, so the line wraps... Is there a way to change the text size just for that report? I looked around the Printer/Fonts setup, but couldn't find anything that looked like it would do this...

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    If you have the BIC module, you could design a variation of the Tax Type report that would suit you better.
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    Thank you. I think I will stick to the standard report for now, until I have polished my BIC skills

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