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Thread: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

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    Unhappy How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    I am working on an application that generates reports using Crystal Reports 10 (VS.NET 2003)... and I want to remove or disable the tooltips that appears in the report.

    any idea how to do that?

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    Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    Please help...

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    Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    Are you using the CrystalReportViewer component?

    If so it is actually easy todo, if i understand your question correctly!

    if you look at the properties of it, you have for example:

    ShowCloseButton
    ShowRefreshButton
    ShowExportButton
    ShowPrintButton
    ... etc ...

    just set them false, if you don't want them to be visible!

    grtz,

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    Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    Hi RavensAngel

    your solution is hiding the toolbar buttons, what I need is to hide the tooltips ( yellow boxes that appears when you put the mouse over a text or an image in the report)

    do you know how to hide these boxes?

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    Lightbulb Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    There is a simple way...

    Right click on any object in the Design view and go to the Format Field/subreport (for subreport) and type chr(9) in the Tool Tip Text formula editor.

    Cheers.

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    Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    Didn't work



    I am using Visual Studio.NET 2003 and Crystal Reports 10.


    any idea?

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    Re: How to hide tooltips in Crystal Reports?

    May be I'm late, but I used this in XAML:

    <cr:CrystalReportsViewer
    cr:ToolTipBehavior.ToolTipEnabled="False"

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