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How to make a code wherein I want to put a limit of letters that would come out upon  printing?
My code is...  Print #1, Trim(!pname)
example on my !pname is.. Amoxicillin 500mg cap (amixil brand)
In printing, I want only Amoxillin 500mg or I want only 15 char that will come out on priting
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Print #1, Left(Trim(!pname),15)
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Thank you so much! More Power to you!
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