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report_default_styles_and_behaviour [2015/03/28 14:18]
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 As of 4.3, Reportico provides the **reportico_defaults.php** file to allow to set attributes, styles, formatting options, and other functions which will be applied to every report. This can be set up to apply to all reports, or all reports in a single project. As of 4.3, Reportico provides the **reportico_defaults.php** file to allow to set attributes, styles, formatting options, and other functions which will be applied to every report. This can be set up to apply to all reports, or all reports in a single project.
  
-This file allows you to set usefule ​default behaviour including :-+This file allows you to set useful ​default behaviour including :-
  
 Setting default styles to different areas of the report such as setting default colors, borders, margins, paddings etc. These can be applied to the report body, and most of the elements within the report such as group headers/​trailers,​ detail block and individual cells. At the moment most styling options can be applied to both PDF and HTML format. Setting default styles to different areas of the report such as setting default colors, borders, margins, paddings etc. These can be applied to the report body, and most of the elements within the report such as group headers/​trailers,​ detail block and individual cells. At the moment most styling options can be applied to both PDF and HTML format.
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