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bsoares
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Bold only some parts of Text in TEXT INPUT

Hi all!

 

It is possible to put in Bold only some parts of Text in TEXT INPUT for a email message?

I know is possible via flow but I want to know if we can do it directly in DATA Default.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

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mdevaney
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@bsoares 

I think this is possible. If you use the Rich Text Input control instead of the regular Text Input you use this code to make it bold.

 

"Some plain text <b> "& DataCardValue1.Text &"</b> more plain text."

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mdevaney
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@bsoares 

I think this is possible. If you use the Rich Text Input control instead of the regular Text Input you use this code to make it bold.

 

"Some plain text <b> "& DataCardValue1.Text &"</b> more plain text."

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@mdevaney  Will the rich text box is supported in Gallery? i have the same scenario where some part of the text in the lable should be bold. When i tried with rich text box  the control is placed outside.

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