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Rich Text Box Question

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I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad
Nov 21 '05 #1
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what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:
I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad

Nov 21 '05 #2

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I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...
what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:
I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad

Nov 21 '05 #3

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did u set richtextbox property urldetect to true?
Bradley wrote:
I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...

what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:
I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad




Nov 21 '05 #4

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Can you elaborate a little? I am unable to find anything about urldetect as a richtextbox property.
"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message news:eI********************@rogers.com...
did u set richtextbox property urldetect to true?
Bradley wrote:

I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...
what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:

I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad


Nov 21 '05 #5

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look in book

Bradley wrote:
Can you elaborate a little? I am unable to find anything about
urldetect as a richtextbox property.

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid <mailto:su***@domain.invalid>> wrote
in message news:eI********************@rogers.com...
did u set richtextbox property urldetect to true?
Bradley wrote:
I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...

what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:

I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad




Nov 21 '05 #6

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Okay, I found it under DetectURL, but it is already set to true and has no impact.
"Bradley" <dm********@indesign-llc.com> wrote in message news:eP*************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Can you elaborate a little? I am unable to find anything about urldetect as a richtextbox property.
"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message news:eI********************@rogers.com...
did u set richtextbox property urldetect to true?
Bradley wrote:

I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...
what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:

I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad


Nov 21 '05 #7

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http://www.startvbdotnet.com/controls/rtb.aspx

Bradley wrote:
Okay, I found it under DetectURL, but it is already set to true and
has no impact.

"Bradley" <dm********@indesign-llc.com
<mailto:dm********@indesign-llc.com>> wrote in message
news:eP*************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Can you elaborate a little? I am unable to find anything about
urldetect as a richtextbox property.

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid <mailto:su***@domain.invalid>>
wrote in message news:eI********************@rogers.com...
did u set richtextbox property urldetect to true?
Bradley wrote:
I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.

Brad

"Supra" <su***@domain.invalid> wrote in message
news:YP********************@rogers.com...

what hyperlinks is this? it is url, email, etc or some regular bold,
italic or underline?
Bradley wrote:

I've loaded an RTF file into a RichTextBox. I have included some internal
hyperlinks
to simplify movement around the file, but the hyperlinks aren't active
when
loaded into the RichTextBox and displayed. Am I missing something simple
or
is there something else I need to do programmatically?

TIA

Brad




Nov 21 '05 #8

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"Bradley" <dm********@indesign-llc.com> schrieb:
I used MS Word to create internal links to various headers and bookmarks.


The .NET richtextbox control supports RTF 1.6 only. Word 2003 uses RTF 1.8.

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M S Herfried K. Wagner
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Nov 21 '05 #9

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