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andrew260z
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Richtext to email - formatting lost

Hi all, I'm thinking this is probably the case with a rich text column and taking the data and using it in a template for email the carriage returns are removed from the formatting. Also any other rich text bold / italics will be lost as Power Automate will just take the text value from sharepoint and not convert it accordingly.

 

Is there any way to enable formatting and use in Power Automate?

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annajhaveri
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@andrew260z  are you taking data from ricg text column of SharePoint list and sending the rich text data in email using Send Email action? If yes, then provide the switch the email body to code view and then provide data in email body, click on </> button in email body toolbar as shown in below screenshot to switch to code view.

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Anna Jhaveri

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andrew260z
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okay, i wasnt sure that you looking for support for rich text in word templates

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Anna Jhaveri

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