Formatting input data IN THE DATABASE

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    brad brunfelt Guest

    Default Formatting input data IN THE DATABASE

    Here is an interesting issue:<BR><BR>I have a table that gets its input from an ASP form. All the data inputs correctly but I have no ability to enter a TRUE return Character. So when I view the data I entered (several inputted fields HAVE to go into a "descrition" field on the database) Its either a) all crunched together or b) still crunched together with boxes separating them.<BR><BR>a) refers to when I had no formatting<BR>b) I used the chr(10) and chr (13) combo<BR><BR>This is an ACCESS database.<BR><BR>Anyone know how to format your text into the database?

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    Riva Guest

    Default RE: Formatting input data IN THE DATABASE

    If I understood you correctly, you&#039re looking for <BR>vbCRLF<BR>-the Visual Basic Carriage Return Line Feed thingy. Good Luck:)

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