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Next Gen column header issues

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  • Mike

    Hi Ryan!

    That is very interesting, indeed. One thing that does come to mind as a possibly culprit is any non-printing characters that could be present. To see those, try toggling that on and seeing if anything shows up within that cell. As a reminder, this setting is found under the Edit tab and the keyboard shortcut is CTRL+Shift+P.:

    I'm not entirely sure what could be there that would cause it, but its worth checking. Let me know what you find, or if I've missed the mark, and I'll be happy to help. Thanks again and chat soon!

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  • Ryan Choate

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks so much for the quick reply! Very much appreciated. That could have something to do with it. I noticed another header doesn't have the same issue and below is what it looks like with non-printing characters.

    The header that I'm having issues with looks a bit different.

    I'm not sure how to fix this one to look more aligned like the first one. 

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  • Ryan Choate

    I take back what I said. Really both of those images show headers that are not aligned to the right edge. The "in" in the first header is one space from far right. Again, everything is fine in Edgar but since many review the file in PDF or in Workiva, I know they well comment on formatting.

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  • Mike

    Thank for sharing those screen grabs. From what I can see, main difference is that the first example has a hard return forced after "Investments" whereas the second example is has a new line simply because the text wraps, so no hard return. It seems the alignment is being caused by the spaces, i.e. the single blue dots. The "d" of "Yield" is lining up with those spaces.

    After bit of testing on my end I was able to get a good right-alignment by having a forced hard return after both "Average" and "Lease", which ends up looking like this:

    To insert a hard return in a cell, you can use the keystroke Enter + Alt or Return + Ctrl, depending on your machine.

    Does this help? Give me a holler if you have any questions for me on the above or if you need anything else. Cheers!

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