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Old February 21st, 2007, 10:12 AM
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Default Rich Text Box

I want to use rich text box in ASP.Net application.But I think there is no rich text box control in VS 2005. Please tel me how to use it?
 Also please tel me that how can I want to store rich text in Oracle and then display the rich text in report with orignal formatting. Thnaks

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No there is no rich textbox in visual studio by default, you'll
need a 3rd-party richtext editor component. There are plenty of them, just google on it. You just store the rich text as rich (x)html text. For reporting, you'll need a reporting tool which supports (x)html. Crystal reports does, in a limited way, I think you can use it (just tell the fields on your crystal reports that they should handle html, in the properties).

Hope this helps.

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