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Comments field on Confirmation Page

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I have a comments field on a page for our company Intranet. When the user adds
his comments. Eventhought he uses the carriage return the conformation form shows all of his commnent on one line. Is there a way I can change this so that when the user hits return it will show the same on the confirmation page. Please Help
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Question by:jrphillips
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If your determined to use FP's webbots then I'm afraid your stuck.  Using webbots is nice when you need to produce a page in short order.  But it leaves you very little as fare as customizing output.

There are a few other ways to accomplish what your wanting to do.  If your willing to use a database file, or text file.

Cheers
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