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In QlikView, how do I copy the object attributes from one sheet to another ?

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Hi Everyone (Rob),

I have a QlikView application with a number of text boxes. I would like to copy the text attributes (font size, colour, background colour etc) of a text box and apply those same attributes to a text box on another sheet. Without copying/pasting the actual object how can I do this ?

Unlike Excel, QlikView doesn't seem to have a 'Format Painter' feature.

thanks
Toco
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I seem to recall that it does have a format painter...

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It does indeed ! Thank you.
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