Setup > General parameters > Personalization > Screens > Personalized styles 

This function is used to redefine the standards styles in order to the create a variant identified by a code. This code can then be associated with a user by means of the STYLE parameter. In the absence of the creation of personalised styles, or if no personalised style code has been allocated to a user, the standard styles are applied.


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Screen management

The screen is presented in the form of a header, where the code is entered, and a grid pre-loaded with existing styles.

Entry screen


In the style grid, it is possible to modify all existing styles. By right click on the description column, the style editor appears that is used to define in detail its characteristics.




The following fields are present on this tab :

Block number 1

This code identifies a category of personalized styles. It can be associated with a user by means of the parameter STYLE.

  • Title (field INTIT)

Title associated to the previous code.


This code identifies the created records in a unique manner.

  • Description (field ADES)

Title associated to the previous code.

  • Comment (field STY)

The characteristics of the are defined in the form of a text containing the elements such as those below, separated by a semicolon (and also preceded by a semicolon :


Example of an element










text-decoration :underline



Background colour

background-colour :#xxxxxx

NB: xxxxxx are the red, green, blue components with color in hexadecimal.

Rather than entering the elements in question, it is much more simple to use the Style editor. There is a classic Windows(TM) window available for defining and choosing the fonts, the sizes and the colours.

It should be noted that it is not necessary to define all the characteristics of a style. If certain characteristics are not defined, they retain the value given by the context (in particular, the user parameterization accessible from the general menu by Tools / Options). In this way, for example, the font used by default by the user for the fields in entry mode remains the same if a style only changes the colour; in the same way, an alteration of the parameterized colour for table entry by the user is not affected by a style applied to certain cells, if the background colour is not defined in the style.



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Error messages

The only error messages are the generic ones.

Tables used

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