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Language: SQL Server
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 20, 2000

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Storing RTF Text

Question:
I'm trying to store text that's in an RTF format using the TextRTF property of VB's RichTextBox control. What type of field do I have to use in my table?

Answer:
The data in a rich text box actually is still text, but it contains tags for all the text formatting. So the rich text for a string that is bold, italic, underlined in Times Roman 14 point looks like this:

{\rtf1\ansi\deff0\deftab720{\fonttbl{\f0\fswiss MS Sans Serif;}
{\f1\froman\fcharset2 Symbol;}{\f2\fswiss MS Sans Serif;}
{\f3\froman\fprq2 Times New Roman;}} {\colortbl\red0\green0\blue0;} \deflang1033\pard\plain\f3\fs28\b\i\ul Carpe diem.\plain\f2\fs17 \par }
Therefore, you can save data from a rich textbox to a SQL Server column with text data type. If you're using ADO, the field type will be adLongVarChar.
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