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Displaying Sometimes tabular data in HTML

OK, here's the issue, I am reading fields from a database.  One of them is a memo field which sometimes contains tabular data and sometimes does not.  It is a notes field and can contain almost anything.  However, when the notes contain tabs I would like to display them properly, for example:

-----
John, the estimated support will be as follows:

                                Amount
1 to 10 users             $100.00
10  -20                     $200.00
20 + users                $500.00
-----

With the exception that instead of spaces like in the above example, the memo field will actuall contain tabs.

I have tried repalcing tabs with \t and using Java like below but I lose my font in the <pre>:

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE='Javascript'>
                document.write("<font face=\"Arial\" size=\"3\" color=\"#008000\"><pre>")
      document.write("100 Meter\t400 Meter\t1500 Meter\r")
      document.write("110 Hurdles\tHigh Jump\tlong Jump\r")
      document.write("Javelin\t\tPole Vault\tShot Put\r")
      document.write("Discus")
      document.write("</pre></font>")
</SCRIPT>


Is there any easy way to do this?

Luke
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Saqib KhanSenior DeveloperCommented:
when you grab the variable out of databae try this.

myNotes = Rs("MemoField")
mynotes = Replace(myNotes, "vbCrlf", "<br>")
Response.write myNotes
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ResolvLLCAuthor Commented:
That works great for adding a return, I need tabs.
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ResolvLLCAuthor Commented:
Or I need to change the font in <pre>  </pre>
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ResolvLLCAuthor Commented:
This was a stupid thing on my part.  In the preview in front page this wasn't displaying properly.  Once saved and viewed in IE, it is fine.
Thanks for your help
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