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want to send multiple-line message using net send - win2k

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I'm sitting in a training session that's not moving along as quickly as I'd like.  So, to occupy myself, I'd like to send a humorous piece of ascii art to a colleague of mine.  My problem is that I can only seem to send a single line of text.  I've tried vaious ways of getting a carriage-return/line feed into the message, but no success as of yet.  I'll negotiate more points for a speedy response!!!

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You use "CTRL-ENTER" instead of Enter. See http://www.aspsimply.com/vb/netsend.aspx for full instructions.
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Looks like that would probably do the trick.  However, I don't want to run/install any new software.  Do you know how to do this using only the pre-installed net send capability?
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dramatix01 earned 25 total points
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The perfect way to do this is to insert a CTRL-T (^T) where you want the carriage return/line feed.

Hope this helps!!

Regards,
Dave...
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