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Crystal Report (vs2005) - change look and feel in formula

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Hi,

Can i change look and feel in the formula.

For example, in my formula, i will return a string like "Organization1 - product1"
I want the Organization1 to be highlighted and bigger font, but it has to be handled in the formula.

can i do that? so the result will be:
"Organization1 - product1"

Please advise,
Tommy
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Yes you can by using either HTML or RTF encoding.

Another way would be to use 2 formulas.  1 for each piece and putting them in a textbox.  They can then be formatted separately and even use conditional formatting

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