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How to display 2 names on different lines in a view?

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I have created a view and for the first column, it will display product names e.g. Microsoft Access and Microsoft Visio.These values(val1,val2) are obtained from the same form. I would want to display them on separate lines in a view like this :
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Visio.

I try val1 + @NewLine + val2 but it failed.
Could anyone help?

Thanks.
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Try it multi value:

Val1 : Val2

And set the column properties (2nd tab) to "show multiple entries as separate values".
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If you don't want them to be displayed as different documents, you could set a different column propery instead: 1st tab: multi value separator: new line.
Make sure you set view properties "lines per row" as well (combines with "shrink rows to content" if you like)
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