Word keeps wrapping long formula onto multiple lines

I have pasted a formula in from Excel into Word as I need to document it. Instead of one long formula, Word has broken it into 4 lines at roughly half way across the page. I have checked hidden returns etc, I have pasted into Notepad - no joy. I have pasted in just text - no formatting at all. I have tried applying a new style and then going back - No joy at all. I have tried CTRL space and CTRL Q techniques - no joy. Thanks in advance.
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
If a 'word' is too long to be on the remaining part of the line, Word moves it to the next line.
A 'word' is something without a space.
It looks like this
=IF(AND(E37="Yes",E39="Town"),"Ce(z) x Ce,t x ([(Co(z)
+0.6)/1.6)]^2)qb",IF(AND(E37="No",E39="Town"),"Ce(z) x Ce,t x
qb",IF(AND(E37="No",OR(E39="Sea",E39="Country")),"Ce(z) x qb","Ce(z) x ([(Co(z) +

Insert a space at appropriate place and Word will move the part before the space to the previous line.
Then it could be like this
=IF(AND(E37="Yes",E39="Town"),"Ce(z) x Ce,t x ([(Co(z) +0.6)/1.6)]^2)qb",IF(AND(E37="No"
,E39="Town"),"Ce(z) x Ce,t x qb",IF(AND(E37="No",OR(E39="Sea",E39="Country")),"Ce(z) x
qb","Ce(z) x ([(Co(z) + 0.6)/1.6)]^2)qb")))

It is a bit of try and error to make it look like you want it.

Or remove all spaces, and Word will fill the line before break, like this
In Excel you can use something like =SUBSTITUTE(A1," ",""),  (Copy, Paste special, Values) to do it.

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vipamanAuthor Commented:
Thank you once again. I used find and replace in Word. Not perfect, but at least the code looks right (minus a few spaces!)
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