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The multi-column form element is used primarily in employee applications. To conserve space, labels typically appear above fields. In addition, field width is set so that fields display with a uniform width. The mce class names affect only the display of fields running in standard interactivity mode. If the application is run in high interactivity mode, the generated controls determine field size based upon internal dimensioning algorithms.
Controls the font characteristics of fields. For employee applications, fields declared within this class display 190 pixels wide. For customer applications, the field width is declared as 120 pixels.
Controls the font characteristics of wide fields—that is, fields that are mapped in placeholders that span two or four columns. The field sizes to fit the width allotted to it. This is only true if the application is running in standard interactivity mode. For employee applications running in high interactivity mode, the generated controls determine the field width.
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