SAPscript: Header Window : Title Prinitng Issue

Hi all
  I am modifying  SAPscripting(Z-version).
  On the Header Window, we are printing our Company Name with address.
  Snapshot of the code in this window which I feel not working(was working before) was :
Z5                <b>Invoice</>
Z7   <b>myCompany<zs>#</> (China) Co., Ltd</>
The stmt on Z7 has to print the Company Name with R on the top right of the comp name.  The first Z5 is getting executed and INCLUDE also executes but the stmt of Z7 doesnot.
  I need your help in fixing this issue  !

Z7 is your paragraph format, zs is your character format.
Z7 will set your text's position in the window, zs is presumably set to display the font as superscript.  It would be worth checking in the SAPscript that both of these are defined as you need.

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