Instead of showing .T. or .F. in your report, I show ticked/unticked check boxes. It looks much neater.
To display the checkboxes, I use the wingdings2 font, so you must ensure that you have this font and your printer can cope with it.
1. In your report, create a field. 2. Make your field use the wingdings2 font. - highlight the field, - menu option "format", option "font". 2. In the field put the following statement, adjusting it for your own cursor/table etc.
iif(mycursor.field1), 'R', 'Q')
What this will do is display R if your field is .T. and Q if your field is .F. HOWEVER, by using the wingdings2 font, a ticked or unticked check box will appear instead of Q and R!