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Memo Fields RTF Data in Crystal Report

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I m trying to display my RTF data through VB in Crystal Report 8.0. My data contains formula's and RTF formatting also, like bold, italic, superscript and subscript and some images too.
But when i m trying to print the field data, the formatting of the field is not proper. I dont know why this happens.For Example if any text with Underline formatting comes then all text after that comes in underline manner and the images are not displayed at all, instead it leaves blank space.

Database is Access and Field type is MEMO. I am using Richtext edit control in VB to get the information from User and Save that in memo field.
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As I recal there is a problem with RTF in CR8.  It fails to turn off the features like underline, bold, etc.

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