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Title field in sharepoint 2010 calendar events does not wrap

Posted on 2011-03-14
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We are running SharePoint Foundation 2010.

The Title field in All-Day Calendar events does not wrap.  Does anyone know how I can get the Title field to wrap for these events?
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A common complaint - I haven't heard of anyone providing a work-a-round as yet.
Although that said... you could try putting a <br> in the title field where you'd like it to wrap
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