Template subtotal won't work

I created a Subtotal in the Item List.  On the template Basic Customization it says we can change font for a few items.  One of them is Subtotals Label.  When I click on it, I get a warning "All fields of this type have been removed in the Layout Designer, Therefore, the font can't be set"  Can I get it back?  If so, how?

Answer

"One of them is Subtotals Label."

From Basic Customization, that is a "global default" but in Layout Designer (just double-click the Subtotal label here; or Single-click, then click the Properties Button at the top) you control all specific properties for each field label and any data field here.

"Can I get it back?  If so, how?"

As long as you Canceled out of that Edit Session, you made no change.

And you can Always start from scratch: Templates list, New Template. Or, Copy one, give it a new name and customize it from that point. Or, Import one, or Export one, or Download one from the Gallery.



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