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Text Object  - Text display is garbled.

Posted on 2007-11-20
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I am using Infoview and BOEXI R2.

This only happens on some reports and not all.

When I develop a report and add a text box and add formulas to it or text and run it in CRXI itself everything works fine.

However when I upload it to Infoview and run it the text comes out garbled. I am using an Active X viewer

If I export it to different formats it works fine and the text is readable again.

Can anybody tell me why this is happening?

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Question by:halifaxman
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Do you have Crystal Reports installed on the BOE server?
This is usually the first thing I try.  Open the report in Crystal Reports Designer on the BOE Server itself and see if it runs fine.  If it doesn't, you may be able to fix it there.
Otherwise, I would make sure you are current on your service packs.  I believe they are up to SP3 now.
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Make sure the fonts are available.  Also ensure you have the same printer driver loaded on the server as on your development machine.

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