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Probably a very basic/easy question - just call me ignorant. ;^)
I have a single form - pass it a user name and it returns some data.
That data is collected behind the scenes in a shelled powershell script.
What I'm currently doing is just a
response.write ($html)
kind of thing.  But that pushes my single textbox/submit button down to the bottom.
How do I display the text beneath the form entry area?
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You could add a label control to your form and update its text property with the returned value.
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Knew it was easy. :^)
Thanks!
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