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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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.
Extra characters added when using Calibri font and exporting to PDF
Also, if the end-user copies text from the generated PDF and pastes it into another document, it renders the correct spelling. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum.
So you need to install the font in production server or change the fonts for you objects in crystal reports with regular fonts like Arial, Tahoma, Verdana. The solutions I’ve found are as follows:. For the sake of completeness, I updated the Adobe Reader on one of the trouble machines to 9. Insults are not welcome. Archived discussions are read-only. Crystal Crystzl for Visual Studio My company has several reports that are generated using the Calibri font.
Former Member November 03, at Hopefully this will at least get you started if you decide to go this route. What version of Crystal are you using? Also, if the end-user copies text cfystal the generated PDF and pastes it into another document, it renders the correct spelling.
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Again, be sure that font is installed on every If that doesn’t work, there is no way to resolve the issue other than changing the font. So for example if they copy “Scotiti” out of the PDF and paste it into Notepad, it shows “Scott” as it normally should.
I don’t see a way for changing the fonts in a crosstab or subreport, though. I have googled for any posible solution, applied crystal report hotfix.
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Not sure, kind of confusing. Crystal Report Export to pdf problem. So now the static string is changed to This is tio certify tihati That behavior thou happened on my development machine before i took the system into production. Post as a guest Name. I use Visual Studio with c and windows forms. For Example it would display “Mathematics” as “Mathematcs” or crrystal as “Histtory” or crywtal as “Subjecti” It basically adds t to every word that has t in lower case.
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Any Solution for this? Thanks for your response, Actually you are right.
I’m still researching if there’s a viable workaround; if so, I’ll update accordingly. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Working in C and using the ReportDocument object model, here’s some sample code for changing fonts: I noticed the same issues; I think in my case it was due to having CR on my dev machine, and just the runtime on my test server, so maybe installing CR resolves it? My company has several reports that are generated using the Calibri font.
You might try a more common True Type font, such as Arial.