HTMLtext and printing
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Thu Aug 21 11:06:13 EDT 2008
I had noticed some time ago that Word rtf isn't the same as 'rtf'.
Might be worth bearing in mind.
On 21 Aug 2008, at 16:00, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Hi Shari,
> What is a nice doc? Which programme did you use to create the RTF
> file? And how did you make the HTML file? Did you read the data
> from disk, change it, and set the htmlText? For RTF, you should use
> the rtfText property.
> I know this works. You must be doing something wrong. If you can
> give more details on what you're doing and post the relevant part
> of your script, we might be able to help.
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> On 21 aug 2008, at 16:58, Shari Coxford wrote:
>> Okay, have tried eight ways to Sunday to make this work. Tried it
>> using an RTF file, HTML file, TXT file. TXT doesn't allow
>> formatting which defeated the purpose.
>> For RTF I created a nice doc and saved it as RTF. Read it from
>> disk, changed the data, set the htmltext of someField to it, and
>> garbage appears before the doc text, and prints with it.
>> Ditto for HTML. Am going to attempt to manually put the template
>> text into a field, retrieve the field and do it.
>> Will keep you posted.
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