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How to Place Checkboxes in an rdlc table Cell

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I need to place two checkboxes in a table cell of an rdlc report. How can I place it?

I tried to place a text box in the cell and make the text very small size to simulate a checkbox but not successful.

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Please try these articles if you need to display checkbox ticked based on boolean value from database:

http://robertcorvus.com/how-to-display-checkboxes-in-rdlc-report-that-exports-to-pdf/

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vsreportcontrols/thread/15a7198f-7cd9-479a-8a4b-7859d7216099

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if you want to just display BLANK checkbox try to embed image that gets displayed when report gets printed.
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Thanks. Nice answers.
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