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Html Formatting


(Guest) #1

Is there any way to supply some simple html formatting to text before sending it to L&L and have it interpreted correctly by L&L? For example, I want to be able to send “this is bolded” and have it print the word bolded in bold, of course. I tried sending it as LL_html, but that didn’t seem to make any difference.

Thanks.

  • Lane Coddington

(Guest) #2

You also need to put the text in a HTML control (insert that object in
the designer) to have some HTML formatting.

But the RTF control is better integrated, so I’d suggest to use that
(and supply LL_RTF text), if possible.

Paulchen

“Lane Coddington” <lane@volsof…> wrote in message
news:71664212009185414@combit.net

Is there any way to supply some simple html formatting to text
before sending it to L&L and have it interpreted correctly by L&L?
For example, I want to be able to send “this is bolded” and
have it print the word bolded in bold, of course. I tried sending it
as LL_html, but that didn’t seem to make any difference.

Thanks.

  • Lane Coddington

(Guest) #3

Thank you Paul. That was the missing piece. I was putting the HTML text into a text control. I’ll take your advice about RTF formatting and experiment some more to see if it will work for me. I don’t think I will be able to supply RTF text, however.

  • Lane Coddington

You also need to put the text in a HTML control (insert that object in
the designer) to have some HTML formatting.

But the RTF control is better integrated, so I’d suggest to use that
(and supply LL_RTF text), if possible.

Paulchen

“Lane Coddington” <lane@volsof…> wrote in message
news:71664212009185414@combit.net

Is there any way to supply some simple html formatting to text
before sending it to L&L and have it interpreted correctly by L&L?
For example, I want to be able to send “this is bolded” and
have it print the word bolded in bold, of course. I tried sending it
as LL_html, but that didn’t seem to make any difference.

Thanks.

  • Lane Coddington