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New line in textbox of Microsoft rdlc report

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As an alternate, you could use the VB newline constant vbCrLf, so your expression will look something like= Fields!MyField1.Value + vbCrLf + Fields!MyField2.Value
As an alternate, you could use the VB newline constant vbCrLf, so your expression will look something like

= Fields!MyField1.Value + vbCrLf + Fields!MyField2.Value

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GeneralReason for my vote of 4 I always have wanna to know Pin
JackDanyelZ005-Dec-10 0:55
memberJackDanyelZ005-Dec-10 0:55 
GeneralThat's good to know. All of the other suggestions I've seen... Pin
GBenes23-Nov-10 4:16
memberGBenes23-Nov-10 4:16 
GeneralRe: Why wouldn't we assume they are run on Windows? It's Microso... Pin
Olga Tabulov28-Mar-11 4:07
memberOlga Tabulov28-Mar-11 4:07 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Not best practise at all, unlike the... Pin
Michael K Gray22-Nov-10 15:59
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