Memo field in a report

How do I change a field in a report so it includes more text? It is a memo field that has up to a paragraph of info. Currently it is cutting if off randomly. I don't need the entire memo, but I would like more that is showing. I don't need it to grow either (with a long one) I'd like to have a maximum size it will reach.

Thanks!
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omgangIT ManagerCommented:
Is it cutting off at 255 characters?  Is the report based upon a query that includes aggregates/grouping?  Access will truncate a memo field to 255 characters (the max field size for a text field) when queried and aggregates (summing) or grouping is applied.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
if you are using a query as record source of the report, change the Group By in the Memo field to First or Last.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Not really sure I understand..., so try the above experts suggestions first...

For me, it would be clearer if you posted an image of the results you get now.
Then post a clear graphical image of exactly what you do need.

But posting a simple sample db that exhibits this issue would be better...

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