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linebreak/new line

linebreak/new line

linebreak/new line

is there anyway to concatenate a line break or new line in define statement Like the code below
TEST=FIELD1 | FIELD2 | 'linebreak or newline' |FIELD3| FIELD4

Appreciate any help

RE: linebreak/new line


Are you trying to get TEST to show on more than one line, or are you concatenating the four fields together to show as one filed but want to skip a line when field1 and field2 changes.


RE: linebreak/new line

Hi gizzy,
Im trying to group some fields together and display them in an orderly fashion like

customerinfo            companyinfo       SomethingElse
lastname, firstname     Name              somefield
street                  Address           
city                    SomeDate  
state                   SomeotherDate  
.......so on
all my fields are associated with a single master file
please tell me a way to display all these fields together I tried Over but gave me an error saying TEXT FIELDS CANNOT BE PRINTED BY USING OVER.
let me know

RE: linebreak/new line

You would want to use your heading, subhead or subfoot to do this.  Same as the answer for your other thread "cramming different items in one column ".  I'll answer your freeform question there.

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