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displaying RTF data  with formatting (bold, underline etc) in crystal reports for vs 2010

Posted on 2012-12-24
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I am using cr for vs2010. I am getting rtf data from db using dataset and populating the report.

The text portion is coming correctly . but the formatting (bold,underline) is not getting displayed in the report.  I have changed the memo field text interpretation to rtf in cr. still the same problem. sample text is as shown below

PERIPHERAL SMEAR REPORT
RBC : NORMOCYTIC NORMOCHROMIC RBC’S,
MILD DEGREE OF ANISOCYTOSIS AND POIKILOCYTOSIS.
 
WBC : WBC SHOW NORMAL IN NUMBER AND MORPHOLOGY

PLATELETS : PLATELETS ARE ADEQUATE

MP NEGATIVE

IMPRESSION – NORMOCYTIC NORMOCHROMIC BLOOD PICTURE


Can some expert pls help. This is bit urgent
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Does it show correctly in a RTF textbox?
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Can you post the RTF text that is used?

Perhaps put it in a text file from notepad?

mlmcc
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Thanks  both of you for pointing me in right direction to look at. Actually i am using txtextcontrol
for converting rtf data stored in db to rtf text in the report.  i was using the wrong method for this conversion. when i used the correct method, it started working fine.
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