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RE: CRF""S

Good morning,

When building the CRF’s we have noticed that if there is a lot of information to a particular question, it all ends up in a vertical position. How can we type the data into the question and allow for it to read horizontally?

Thank you!

Regards,

Pamela Beck
Clinical Research Coordinator
South Florida Radiation Oncology
(O) 561-795-9845 ext 160
(F) 561-721-4188
(M) 843-290-8000

Comments

  • Hi Pam,

    There is no way to format the width of the left item text, however; you could try using a subheader instead of left item text and see if you like that layout any better.

    Best,
    Alicia

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    Alicia Goodwin
    Client Services Representative
    Akaza Research, LLC
    460 Totten Pond Rd. Suite 200
    Waltham, MA 02451
    Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 9:57 AM
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    Subject: [Users] RE: CRF"S
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    Good morning,

    When building the CRF’s we have noticed that if there is a lot of information to a particular question, it all ends up in a vertical position. How can we type the data into the question and allow for it to read horizontally?

    Thank you!

    Regards,

    Pamela Beck
    Clinical Research Coordinator
    South Florida Radiation Oncology
    (O) 561-795-9845 ext 160
    (F) 561-721-4188
    (M) 843-290-8000
  • SFROMainSFROMain Posts: 4
    Okay. Thank you.
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  • JanusJanus Posts: 260
    There is a work around, though. Since the values in LEFT_ITEM_TEXT are
    treatet HTML-wise, you can add a table cell:
    Your Question Text Here
    I use this alot since I'm not quite fond of the 10em width of that field.
    Actually, you can make alot of nice stuff by using HTML tags within the
    various fields of the xls file. Please see the developers' mailing list and
    look for a mail sent by me on 16th of July (the pretty_css.png image).
    Another way to change the width of the field is to change the styles.css.
    Find this style in the styles.css:
    .aka_text_block {
    float:left;
    text-align:right;
    width:10em;
    }
    and change the 10em to e.g 15em. But note that this changes all
    LEFT_ITEM_TEXT for all CRFs for all studies on that particular OpenClinica
    installation. If you like this approach, I suggest you install FireBug on
    your computer (a plug-in for Firefox) which allows you to make changes of
    this value and see the corresponding change on your CRF's immediately.
    Best regards,
    Janus

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    Hi Pam,
    There is no way to format the width of the left item text, however; you
    could try using a subheader instead of left item text and see if you like
    that layout any better.
    Best,
    Alicia
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Alicia Goodwin
    Client Services Representative
    Akaza Research, LLC
    460 Totten Pond Rd. Suite 200
    Waltham, MA 02451
    On Behalf Of Pamela J. Beck
    Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 9:57 AM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] RE: CRF"S
    Importance: High
    Good morning,
    When building the CRF’s we have noticed that if there is a lot of
    information to a particular question, it all ends up in a vertical
    position. How can we type the data into the question and allow for it to
    read horizontally?
    Thank you!
    Regards,
    Pamela Beck
    Clinical Research Coordinator
    South Florida Radiation Oncology
    (O) 561-795-9845 ext 160
    (F) 561-721-4188
    (M) 843-290-8000
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