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creating a line break after 5 words

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Hi all, I've created a form with a memo field where enter text in an unformatted format. I would like to add a second field to the form which takes this text and forces a line break after five words, continues with a second sentence of 5 words, 3rd, etc. I've looked through the text string functions and some examples but I'm stuck.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Mar 25 '13 #1
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Please show us the code where you're stuck.
Mar 25 '13 #2

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Actually I'm looking for code examples that might work. Just aa beginner.

Mar 26 '13 #3

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This isn't a code writing service but if you post the code you've tried, we can help guide you to an answer.
Mar 26 '13 #4

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Not quite sure where to start so I will see if I can find an example.

Thanks so much for your help. What a useful forum.
Mar 26 '13 #5

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Start with the code you've already tried. Post that and we can see where you went wrong. You said you already tried some string functions and examples so start by posting those.

Please hold the sarcasm. We are here to teach you to fish. Not give you fish. If you're not here to learn, then what are you here for?
Mar 26 '13 #6

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  1. array1 = Split(memo field," ") 
  2. WRD_CNT = Ubound(array1) 
  4. If WRD_CNT = 5 then
  5.    Response.Write "</br>"
  6. Else
  7. End If
Take a Start Counter of 1 and increment using For Loop..When Counter Reaches 5 make it 1 again..Put the above Code in the For Loop
Apr 5 '13 #7

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