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VB.net - type different lines into GridView cell stored in a SQL table

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I have a GridView on a Windows form which is bound to a SQL table.
How do I type 5 different lines into a cell that has a SQL NVarchar(MAX)
field bound to it, so that when I reopen the forms, the five lines are still separate
and not one long sentence?
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Have you tried multi line option?

http://forums.asp.net/t/945789.aspx
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Great idea! Thanks very much
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