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Make field bold in crystal reports

Posted on 2009-04-14
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I have a formula to bring these fields together

{Marketing_Calendar.Subject} + chr(13) & chr(10) + {Marketing_Calendar.Location} + chr(13) & chr(10) + {Marketing_Calendar.Required Attendees (Complete)}  + chr(13) & chr(10) & chr(10) + {Marketing_Calendar.Notes (Complete)}

the chr(13) and chr(10) make the fields start on new lines.

Is there a way that I can make the first field bold?

Thanks Ed.
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The way to do this is to put a textbox on the report then drag the fields you want into the textbox from the field list.
After each field press Enter to create the new line.

You can now select any of the fields individually and apply whatever formatting you want.
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Brilliant, thanks, I thought I had been doing it a hard way. Ed.
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