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HTML font-size syntax

Posted on 2011-02-25
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Whats the correct syntax to change the font size of a concatenated field ? here is an ex of my formula bellow.


if not isnull ({somefield}) and
    {SomeField.Number} <> {SomeFieldAltNumber} then
    "<b>"&{SomeField}&"</b>" &
    " ("&{SomeField.Number} & 
   "<font-size: 9pt>" & ", was " & {SomeField} & ")" & "</font>"
else "<b>"&{SomeField}&"</b>" & 
    " ("&{SomeField.Number}& ")"


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by:mlmcc
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Try

 '<font size="9">'

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by:mowit
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nah, that didn't work.
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SIZE is a value of 1-7 not the size of the font
try

if not isnull ({somefield}) and
    {SomeField.Number} <> {SomeFieldAltNumber} then
    "<b>"&{SomeField}&"</b>" &
    " ("&{SomeField.Number} & 
   "<font size='+1'>" & ", was " & {SomeField} & ")" & "</font>"
else "<b>"&{SomeField}&"</b>" & 
    " ("&{SomeField.Number}& ")"

mlmcc
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by:mowit
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mlmcc,

you never disappoint. Thanks that worked. Consider me your # 1 fan.
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