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Bullet formatting in RichTextBox

Posted on 2007-11-29
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Hello,

I have a Winform using a RichTextBox to display text read in from SQl Server. When I create a bullet in the RTB the formatting looks scrunched but in Word 2007 it has the proper spacing. Any ideas why this happens or a way to have the RTB format the same wasy as Word? Users would like to create the document in Word and drag the content over to the RTB for saving.
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i did some experimenting with the indent and bulletindenet properties and was able to get it close to what I want.
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