A) Avoid using Calibri fonts in Crystal Reports. You might try a more common True Type font, such as Arial. Again, be sure that font is installed. Hi, I have couple of crystal reports with the font set to -‘Calibri’. Recently we have experienced that when the reports are exported to a pdf file. My company has several reports that are generated using the Calibri font. We’ve had several users tell us that their reports are showing extra.
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What version of Crystal are you using? Calibri font inserts extra characters into PDF version of report. This has piqued my curiosity so I’m going to play with the code a bit and see if I can come up with a sample for you. Sign up using Facebook. I use Visual Studio with c and windows forms. Thanks for your response, Actually you are right.
Treat my content as plain text, not as HTML. So just verify the fonts in your reports. So for example if they copy “Scotiti” out of the PDF and paste it into Notepad, it shows “Scott” as it normally should. I wanted to change FullName to remove the title Mr.
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We’ve determined that the problem is due to the fact callibri we’re using the Calibri font; if we use a different font, it works fine. For the sake of completeness, I updated the Adobe Reader on one of the trouble machines to 9. Calibri font inserts extra characters into PDF version of report.
We’ve determined that the problem is due to the fact that we’re using the Calibri font; if we use a different font, it works fine. I’m still researching if there’s a viable workaround; if so, I’ll update accordingly.
My company has several reports that are generated using the Calibri font. I was able to change fonts, so I just reportss with that: Chances are they have and don’t get it. Is there a way crystwl fix this?
Corrupted text when exporting a Crystal Report as PDF with the Calibri font
I literally went through this at work about a week ago. Insults are not welcome. For example, Scott becomes Scotiti and Tether becomes Tetiher there’s no letter “i” inserted after the capital “T” – it only inserts after lower-case.
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Crystal Report Displays Strange Characters when Exported to pdf
You might try a more common True Type font, such as Arial. Reporrts had several users tell us that their cgystal are showing extra characters – specifically, it inserts the letter “i” after every lower-case “t”. This page was generated in 0.
Sri Lanka Online Status: For example, Scott becomes Scotiti and Tether becomes Tetiher there’s no letter “i” inserted after the capital “T” – it only inserts after lower-case.
I don’t see a way for changing the fonts in a crosstab or subreport, though. Working in C and using the ReportDocument object model, here’s some sample code for changing fonts: Here are advanced instructions for Cyrstal Bbut I’d just recommend changing fonts. When answering a question please: Also, if the end-user copies text from the generated PDF and pastes it into another document, it renders the correct spelling.
But the problem continues. So now the static string is changed to This is tio certify tihati Post as a guest Name. Top Rated Most Recent. Any Solution for this?