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Can the Print Message Occupy More than One Line?


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Guest Christian Lafferty

YES. The @ symbol is used within a print message when you require the message to appear on two or more lines.

 

For example, in IPRO Build, you can select the annotation option Include Default Message. During the build process, a dialog box appears where you can enter the message.

 

If you want to have the text PRIVILEGED on the first line, and ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY on the second line, you would enter the print message as shown in the previous screen shot:

 

PRIVILEGED@ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY.

 

Do not use spaces.

 

The @ is placed at the beginning of any text that should be on its own separate line.

 

The message would appear on the image as follows:

 

PRIVILEGED

ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY

 

 

 

From the January 31, 2007 IPRO Tech Client Services Tip of the Day

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Guest Christian Lafferty

YES. The @ symbol is used within a print message when you require the message to appear on two or more lines.

 

For example, in IPRO Build, you can select the annotation option Include Default Message. During the build process, a dialog box appears where you can enter the message.

 

If you want to have the text PRIVILEGED on the first line, and ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY on the second line, you would enter the print message as shown in the previous screen shot:

 

PRIVILEGED@ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY.

 

Do not use spaces.

 

The @ is placed at the beginning of any text that should be on its own separate line.

 

The message would appear on the image as follows:

 

PRIVILEGED

ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY

 

 

 

From the January 31, 2007 IPRO Tech Client Services Tip of the Day

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Guest Christian Lafferty

YES. The @ symbol is used within a print message when you require the message to appear on two or more lines.

 

For example, in IPRO Build, you can select the annotation option Include Default Message. During the build process, a dialog box appears where you can enter the message.

 

If you want to have the text PRIVILEGED on the first line, and ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY on the second line, you would enter the print message as shown in the previous screen shot:

 

PRIVILEGED@ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY.

 

Do not use spaces.

 

The @ is placed at the beginning of any text that should be on its own separate line.

 

The message would appear on the image as follows:

 

PRIVILEGED

ATTORNEY/CLIENT ONLY

 

 

 

From the January 31, 2007 IPRO Tech Client Services Tip of the Day

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