If you have ever used SSRS, you’ve probably run across an issue where HTML tags are displayed in your reports output like so: (CHAR(13) + CHAR(10)1.& Increase clarity on printed invoices, resulting in reduced manual intervention for scanning errors. 2). One way to get rid of this is to locate the field in question, then double click on the field so that it brings up the fields Placeholder properties as shown below. In this dialog you will note a radio button that allows you to Interpret HTML tags as styles. Selecting this will suppress the HTML from rendering in your report. One issue I noticed, though, is that if the HTML has formatting commands, the formatting will render in your SSRS report fields.
Dan is the founder and CEO of Integent LLC. He is MCTS Certified in Microsoft Project Server various Microsoft technologies including Microsoft Project, Project Online & Server, and SharePoint. Dan has a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from PMI®, and has been successfully delivering Microsoft Project Server solutions for approximately ten years. Dan enjoys balancing his work commitments with skiing, exercise, playing the guitar, and coaching members of youth sports.