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How do you increase the font size of some of the text within a QlikView text box ?

Posted on 2014-09-23
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Dear All,

I have a text box with two lines of text in my QlikView 11 dashboard application. I would like to display the second line of text in a larger font size than the first line.


Any ideas how I might do this ?

Thanks
Toco
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Rob Jurd, EE MVE earned 500 total points
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Hi again,

Pretty sure you can't and it's to do with wrapping and there's no formatting within the string other than bold and italic and I think underline.

Is it possible to just have 2 textfields, one for each line?
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by:Tocogroup
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Hi Rob,

Yes I thought you might say that. It's a shame Qlik won't invest in providing a few of the more obvious features that in Excel you take for granted.

Anyway thanks for your advice. 2 text fields it is.

T
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