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Posted on 2010-09-07
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Hi experts, i have this expression
="Lima, " & Format(today(), "%d") & " de " & format(today(), "MMMM") & " del " & Format(today(),"yyyy")

I have to do to make this text format
="Lima, " & Format(today(), "%d") & " de " & format(today(), "MMMM") & " del " 
 is changed to italic
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by:sureshbabukrish
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select the textbox/cell, go to properites , Font / Font Type, then select Italics in Font type, this should work
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by:enrique_aeo
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Hello, you tell me what is in case I want all the text, but what I want is to display the text in italics:
1. Lima, September 8
2. 2010 should come out normal (no italics)
As indicated in the graph
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by:sureshbabukrish
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this can be done only in SSRS 2008 version and not in SSRS 2005
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what I did was to use a text box to  Lima, September 8, I put this in italics TexBox
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another textbox for 2010
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by:sureshbabukrish
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smart guy
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