If your report is running against SQL Server 2005, you can't use inline formatting.
If it's running against SQL Server 2008 or higher, the "Markup type" property should work. Depending on your version of BIDS, you might need to open the report in Report Builder to access the property.
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This is stored in the registry in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER hive. Where depends on the browser. Every browser will store this in a different location. This means you're going to have to research on every browser you want to support.
Once you have that information you just use the standard Registry class to get the values.
Wow, it's as if there is a vast network of interconnected computers (an Inter-Net if you will) which contains vast amounts of information and pages which are woven together across the planet through links (a world-wide web of documents if you will) which can be accessed via the results of some sort of easy to use information finding machine (or search-engine if you will).
It is a pity the OP isn't aware of these Earth-shattering revelations!
I'm not sure if you down-voted Blue_Boy, but the sarcasm wasn't directed at you, it's just obvious the OP hasn't even tried Google. Down-voting for sarcasm totally legit though.
When you posted your question, above and to the right of the red "Post Message" button is a "Posting Guidelines" link. Here is what is said if you open it:
"Please remember to search our articles, the forums, MSDN and Google before posting your question."
From your question I can only imply that you haven't tried this. You haven't described what you have done nor which part of the process you are having difficulty with. Occasionally forming a search term that returns helpful results is hard. Googling "Speech Recognition Engine using c#" gives more than quarter of a million results, the second of which returns a basic tutorial that needs very minor modification to do what you want.