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 From: Troy Reganall
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 Toledo (OH)
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 Troy Reganall
 To: Yuri Rubinov
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 Pennsylvania - United States
 Yuri Rubinov
Subject: RE: Print a special character.
Thread ID: 22860 Message ID: 22913 # Views: 2 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 7 Category: Reports and Printers
Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2003 10:04:16 PM         

> AFAIK you can use any Windows font in the report. Just set font for particular field or label as needed.
> > Hello,
> >
> > Back in the DOS days, I used to define a string in the varibles of the report using graphical ascii characters like ALT+219. However, I cannot seem to get these characters to work in any of the VFP versions. I tried using the equivelant to ALT+219 in the windows charmap which equals "U+2588" and that did not work. Anyone know how I can use these characters in a VFP report.
> >
> > Troy
> > Long Live FoxPro!

Yuri, yes you can set the field to any font you want, however what I was trying to do is create a string using the codes from the charmap and store this string as a varible then call this varible to print on the report not needing to know any particular font. I think I might have found another solution anyways. Thanks for the response. :)

Long Live FoxPro!


Print a special character. Posted by Troy Reganall @ 4/28/2003 4:51:38 PM
RE: Print a special character. Posted by Yuri Rubinov @ 4/28/2003 6:16:58 PM
RE: Print a special character. Posted by Troy Reganall @ 4/29/2003 10:04:16 PM