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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I chased this error some time ago too. Let’s work to help developers, not make them feel stupid. When answering a question please: Unfortunately, I don’t think you’re going to be able to do anything about this except change the font.
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Is there a way to fix this? But the problem continues. So for example if they copy “Scotiti” out of the PDF and paste it into Notepad, it shows “Scott” as it normally should. Sri Lanka Online Status: Again, be sure that font is installed on every I use Visual Studio with c and windows forms.
Crystal Report Displays Strange Characters when Exported to pdf
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. Problem in Exporting Crystal Report to Pdf.
Working in C and using the ReportDocument object model, here’s some sample code for changing fonts: The obvious solution would seem to be changing the font on all of our reports to something else, but unfortunately we have hundreds of reports scattered across a half-dozen sites, and we would rather not have to change each and every report.
Certain glyphs aren’t handled correctly when exporting to PDF. You might try a more common True Type font, such as Arial. Insults are not welcome. 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 crytal fine.
That behavior thou happened on my development machine before i took the system into production. I don’t see a way for changing the fonts in a crosstab or subreport, though.
But somehow this replaced every lowercase t with ti. 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.
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Exporting Crystal Report to Pdf. What you’re describing is a really weird bug involving the Calibri font. Email Required, but never shown. If that doesn’t work, there is no way to resolve the issue other than changing the font. For the sake of completeness, I updated the Adobe Reader on one of the trouble machines to 9.
But The exported pdf report has added characters.
Calibri font inserts extra characters into PDF version of report.