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From: Lee Hoffman <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] ASC II32
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 17:58:57 -0500
Lynn Rudberg wrote:
>Under Journal reports, options, misc. screen, narratives, there is a box
>labeled: Non breaking characters (ASC II 32). Could someone explain what
>that means and what choices there are to enter.?
Open the Journal Report Definition Screen, click on the [Options]
button and the Miscellaneous tab. Now click on the [Help]
button. This will display the Report Options Help page. About half
way down is Miscellaneous Options. Click on Journal under that.
In the displayed Help page, you will find near the bottom the following:
>A non-breaking character is usually a special "space" character
>which does not allow a phrase to be broken when the text is wrapped
>at the end of a line.
>To set this character (normally ASCII 32) to another character of your choice:
>Simply type the character you want to use.
>To return to ASCII 32 (non-breaking space):
>Delete the contents of the field.
>NOTE: A non-breaking space can be entered in any memo field or
>sentence structure by selecting Non-breaking Space from the right-click menu .
>Wholly Genes, Inc.
By the way, ASCII is the abbreviation/acronym for American Standard
Code for Information Interchange (and is usually pronounced AS-KEY).
Hope this helps -
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