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memo.Body = NewLine?

Posted on 2008-10-08
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I am trying to create a message in my body of my email

        line1  = "Job Number: " & OrderNo
      line2 = "Requester Name: " & sendto
      line3 = "Your job has been completed by the model shop."
      line4 = "If you have any questions please contact us"
      
      memo2.Form = "memo"
      memo2.Subject = "Your Model Shop request has been completed."
      memo2.Body = line1 + line2 + line3 + line4
      memo2.SendTo = sendto
      Call memo2.Send(False)

I have no idea how to put in newlines
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Question by:Jaziar
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Bill-Hanson earned 50 total points
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For plain text email, just use Chr(10).

    For example:

    line1  = "Job Number: " & OrderNo & Chr(10)
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