Carriage Return

Experts, I have the following below and I need it to line up with the caped words left aligned.  As of right now, it is all bunched together.  I think there is a carriage return I can put in the below but I dont know how to do it correctly or if I can at all.  
thank you

this is in a query:  
DESCRIPTION: [Deliverable] & ",___FREQUENCY: " & [Frequency] & ",___ TIMING: " & [Timing] & ",___RECEIVOR - " & [Receivor] & ",___SECTION: " & [Section Referenced] & "of the " & [Agreement] & ",___AGREEMENT: " & [Agreement] & ",___ COVENANT CATEGORY: " & [Covenant Category] & ",___END OR START DATE COMMENTS: " & [End or Start Date comments] & ",___COMMENTS:  " & [Comments]
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try inserting Chr(13) & Chr(10)

DESCRIPTION: [Deliverable] & chr(13) & chr(10) & ",___FREQUENCY: " & [Frequency]

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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
So I assume what you want to see when this "field" is viewed in a form or report looks similar to:

[Deliverable] & 
___FREQUENCY: " & [Frequency]
___ TIMING: " & [Timing]
___RECEIVOR - " & [Receivor]
___SECTION: " & [Section Referenced]
"of the " & [Agreement]
___AGREEMENT: " & [Agreement]
___ COVENANT CATEGORY: " & [Covenant Category]
___END OR START DATE COMMENTS: " & [End or Start Date comments]
___COMMENTS:  " & [Comments]

If that is accruate you need to insert a CR/LF between each of those values.  You could pass all of those fields to a function and build the string to pass back to the query.  If you did that, you could use the vbCRLF constant, but you cannot use that in a query.  In a query, you would need to use the chr$() function to embed the CR and LF characters between each of the "lines"

chr$(13) & chr$(10)
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
Personally, I prefer to use a function for something like this.  It is just easier to document and I prefer to keep my composite fields in my queries short.

Of course, you could always put those fields in your query separately and configure the layout of your form or report so that each of those fields falls on a second line.
pdvsaProject financeAuthor Commented:
thank you Rey....

thanks for the info Dale.
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