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Topic: How to display each on new line while populating
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 34927
From: MaheshRao
Date: 2/17/2002 10:27 AM

Hello guys,

It may look simple, but I am not getting.

I have got a Text box with multiline property in my PDF. I have written a servlet which populates the data. But while displaying data in text box it is displaying in a single line. I want to display eacch on single line.

For example, take the case, I have Adress field. Which is a text box with multiline property. Say name of the field is 'Address' in PDF.

I am using like(in my servlet)
(where oFDFDoc is FDFDoc object)

Still, when PDF is populated I am gettting in one line only.

Please help me. Your quick help is highly appriciated.

Mahesh K

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