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I have encountered probably the same kind of problem, which I have told GT about. If I take a standard Word document and transfer it into a TEXT field, I loose all the formatting. Such as linefeeds or paragraph breaks and where the only solution I have found - for the moment - is to manually insert HTML codes such as <P> etc. I know from experience with another (Content Management System) programme also based on SQL that a choice (straight text which is formatted correctly by the program, or HTML file) correctly displays the content in all cases. Unless I am mistaken, this must be a priority improvement to DBMan SQL for all those who deal with a lot of lengthly textual data. But then something may have escaped me in this fine program, where unfortunately so little is explained !
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Thread dbman -> dbman sql (paragraph indenting) Reena0330 3663 Jun 10, 2002, 1:13 PM
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