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I'm designing a form with formfields and such. Some of the field are to be replicated down to other locked locations of the form, so if I fill in a name, that name should appear in different places in the document for example. So I used the Ref field to do this. Some of these places have different font formatting. This works fine as long as I don't use a space character or a paragraph mark in the formfiled, but if I do, the font format is not retained through the entire ref field.

If I write "Hallo" in the formfield the ref field looks like this:

but if I write "Hallo World" the ref field looks like this:
Hallo World

Can I somehow make a ref field retain its formatting even if I use a space or a paragraph mark in my formfield?

Edited by Athley, 11 August 2005 - 04:42 AM.

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