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Define font size in formula

Posted on 2013-10-30
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Is it possible to define font size in formula?
@TextSize
E.g I have formula @TextSize and inside
string - text : “This is font size 9” And “This is size 10”
Can I put it in variable something as:
StringVar  CombinedText;
CombinedText:=??????
I need those parts to be font size 9 and another size 10.
How I can do that in formula?
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You can do that in a formula only if you have the formula return either HTML or RTF text that controls the font size in addition to the text.

You can do it with a text box and 2 formulas

Formulas 1 - Font9
“This is font size 9”

Formula2 - Font10
 “This is size 10”

Add a textbox to the report
Drag formula Font9 into the textbox
Type _AND_
Drag formula Font10 into the textbox
Double click the textbox and you can then choose the individual pieces in there and right click and use the format option to set the font size

mlmcc
FontSize.rpt
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Thanks a lot
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