Using CSS to make Textboxes look like label

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    Karl Makatenas

    Does it look fine in the HTML but not in the PDF?  If so, you can build a Report View which translates the textboxes into labels for saving/printing purposes to ensure consistency across platforms.

    If the HTML is also slightly discolored, unfortunately it boils down into an operating system + browser preference because Mac, Linux, and Windows all look differently on the same browsers, and Firefox, Chrome, and Safari all look different on a Mac.  Keep working on the CSS file until you get it.

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    David Moore

    Thank you that's actually what did. It works very well. Only issue now is i want to remove the "save to pdf" button before printing so it wont show when printing the document. Any suggestions?

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    Karl Makatenas

    I haven't had a need to use the Save To PDF feature much, so I'm at a loss.  I usually post relevant data to SharePoint where I can tailor the live views for my clients, and archival is just a Report View link to the form.  Maybe converting to a Word document (or other format) using AgilePoint's built-in stencil(s) may help?

    But after putting so much work into the PDF version, I'd be inclined to brute force something to remove the button overlay myself, so I can understand if none of my suggestions seem useful.  Sorry.

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    Lucas Drege

    Please use the following CSS and let me know how it goes:

     

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    David Moore

    That worked perfectly thanks!

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