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Showing RTF in Crystal reports

Posted on 2007-11-15
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The IFieldObject my Crystal reports shows a RTF-string almost perfectly, but it does not show included tabs correctly. In many sites in the displayed document, one tab seems to be missing. The rtf shows perfectly in .net rtf-textbox, in wordpad and in MS word. Does anybody know anything about this issue?

The RTF has been created by SaveAs in MS Word. Is there any way to clean up the Word document before SavingAs.? I notice that a lot of unnecessary info is carried further into the rtf such as bookmarkinfo.
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Here is the list of RTF limitations for preview in Crystal
http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2011504.asp

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