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I am working with a form in InfoPath 2003 using a bunch of filters and the current() row tag in a repeating table.  The problem is when I use Rich Text Fields it does not render the HTML correctly.  I am seeing tags for divs and breaks.  When I try to do a string.replace and pass in the C# break equivalent of \n it removes the tags and adds no breaks in the Rich Text field.  I am not sure if many people are using InfoPath 2003 still for development or if anyone is using it in MOSS.  If you are you know of a workaround or solution it would be greatly appreciated.  If not I'm going to google around and see if I can find something to fix this issue.  I will post a solution if I find one by google or on my own. Posted on Thursday, April 24, 2008 4:08 PM MOSS | Back to top


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