= Fields!Measurement.Value +
" - "
"<font color = 'blue' size = '4'>"
+ Fields!Measurement.Value +
"<font color = 'red' size = '2'>"
+ Fields!Units.Value +
Congratulations on winning the gold medal! blogs.technet.com/.../technet-guru-awards-july-2013.aspx
Thanks Ed !!
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And you're welcome! =^)
Well-deserved.This is incredibly nicely crafted!
Again, this is quite well done. Congratulations!
Begs the question: Do all Wiki articles need a TOC? I wasn't sure. Likely, I will publish a Wiki or 2, so I definitely will delve further into that topic.
I think you could achieve the same result without any HTML coding, by adding 3 separate placeholders (for Measurement, " - ", Units). Each placeholder has it's own font properties.
Am I missing something?