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New line in textbox of Microsoft rdlc report

, 16 Nov 2010 CPOL
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Ever tried to put a break in the textbox of the rdlc report? \n and such don't work...
You have to put System.Environment.NewLine in the string,
so your excpression will look something like
 
= Fields!MyField1.Value + System.Environment.NewLine + Fields!MyField2

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QuestionGracias PingroupJxDarkAngel6-Oct-14 17:19 
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