It seems as though style=""word-wrap:break-word"" in my <td> tag doesn't work if I have <pre> tags inside that <td> tag such as "<td style=""word-wrap:break-word"" ><pre>" & fieldname & "</pre></td>"
the lines don't break at all after I started using <pre> and my table row spans across pretty length sometimes due to nonbreaking strings. Is it possible to use both together like this? maybe this is why
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