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X.Y field must be placed within the table start TableStart:X and end TableEnd:X.

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X.Y field must be placed within the table start TableStart:X and end TableEnd:X.

Question or Problem Statement:

For example, Usage.ProductChargeDescription field must be placed within the table start TableStart:Usage and end TableEnd:Usage.






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Re: X.Y field must be placed within the table start TableStart:X and end TableEnd:X.

Solution:
a). CTRL + A to Select all the fields

b). Right click then toggle field

c). Try to find the "hidden" field which is out of the table.

 

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Supporting References:
Creating a custom invoice template/merge fields for invoices






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Re: X.Y field must be placed within the table start TableStart:X and end TableEnd:X.

Solution:
a). CTRL + A to Select all the fields

b). Right click then toggle field

c). Try to find the "hidden" field which is out of the table.

 

1.jpg

 

2.jpg
Supporting References:
Creating a custom invoice template/merge fields for invoices






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