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CR/LF accepted in Multi Line Edit box

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How can I get a Multi-Line Edit box to recognize a CR/LF?
I have tried the ascii and hex representation of the CR/LF but the edit box still doesn't recognize it.  To force an entry to the next line I must space the next entry far enough to the end of the box to get it put on the next line.

I think this is easy but I'm not sure.

Sean
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If you are referring to how to do it programatically,
Insert a "\r\n" into the box.

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MFCGuy
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