I'm sure there's a command to do this, however, I'm having trouble finding it.
I'm setting up some messages using the text object. What would be really convenient is if there was a way to indicate that the line should be on a new row. Is there a way to do this?
In a normal text-box each carriage-return (ENTER) will start a new line.In composited messages, which do include calculations you may include the ENTER between apostrophs:
='Today is: ' & DATE(TODAY()) & 'Tomorrow is: ' & DATE(TODAY() +1)
Didn't think of it that way. Thanks!
chr(13) is the command for carriage return
I've tried chr(13) and using text strings and neither is recognised by our two main browsers - just get one big block of text. Any ideas?
I'm on QV9 using AJAX - it looks fine in development, displays OK in IE, but just displays wrong through Google Chrome & Firefox
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