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. 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.
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For the sake of completeness, I updated the Adobe Reader on one of the trouble machines to 9.
Crystal Reports Calibri font inserts extra characters into PDF ver
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The solutions I’ve found are as follows: 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.
Calibri font inserts extra characters into PDF version of report
Chances are they have and don’t get it. I guess you have used unusual fonts for text fields, formulas, etc objects in crystal reports. Archived discussions are read-only.
I have googled for any posible solution, applied crystal report hotfix.
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. Any Solution for this?
Corrupted text when exporting a Crystal Report as PDF with the Calibri font
I chased this error some time ago too. Sign up using Facebook. Existing Members Sign in to your account. What version of Crystal are you using? But somehow this replaced every lowercase t with ti.
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We’ve had several users tell us that their reports are showing extra characters – specifically, it inserts the letter “i” after every lower-case “t”. Unfortunately, I don’t think you’re going to be able to do anything about this except change the font.
We’ve had several users tell us that their reports are showing extra characters – specifically, it inserts the letter “i” after every lower-case “t”. Add your solution here. 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.
You might try a more common True Type font, such as Arial.
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My company has several reports that are generated using the Calibri font. Also, if the end-user copies text from the generated PDF and pastes it into another document, it renders the correct spelling. 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.
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 Cryshal on my dev machine, and just the runtime on my test server, so maybe installing CR resolves it? Hopefully this will at least get you started if you decide to go this route.