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How to Wrap Text of Crystal Report Group Tree item/level

Posted on 2008-10-03
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The gropu tree cuts off the text for a line item.  Because of this, when drilling down the item will not get highlighted.  If the full text is visible in the group tree the item will get highlighted upon a drill down.

I'm thinking that being able to wrap the text on the group tree might be a solution to the issue along with allowing the user to see the full name in the group tree.

Font sizing is not the solution.  any thoughts?
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As far as I know there is no way to force the group tree to word wrap.

I just tried using a custom name for the field that included a CR , LF , or CR-LF i the name.  It didn't wrap.

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