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PDF style problem: required property changes label positionAsked by WisconsinArtsBoard on October 10, 2016 at 11:16 AM
In section E there are several questions that require written answers. In the final PDF, all but question 5 format the label on the left even though I have them all set to position the label on top. The only difference I can see is that question 5 is not a required field. This is because there are 3 versions of the questions and only one is answered per submission. This is a problem because when the question (label) is on the left, it wastes a lot of space on the PDF. Is there a way to get all the questions to format on the top in the PDF like number 5?
I have two suggestions for you. You can try them individually or at the same time.
1) Try this CSS code:
2)Try this CSS code:
text-align: justify !important;
Follow this user guide http://www.jotform.com/help/117-How-to-Inject-Custom-CSS-Codes to inject CSS codes to your form.
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