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JUST_EMI
 
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I NEED TO MAKE SOMETHING AND USE LINES SO PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO TYPE ON THE
LINES IN CERTAIN FIELDS - HOW DO I MAKE IT SO THAT WHEN PEOPLE TYPE, WORDS
MOVE ON THE LINES AND THE LINES DONT GO DOWN AS ANOTHER LINE STARTS?
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Take a look at the following article:

I'm designing a form that needs to have "fill-in-the-blanks" lines.
What is the best way to create them?
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFms/LinesInForms.htm

Also note that it's quite difficult to read text which is typed in
uppercase.

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I NEED TO MAKE SOMETHING AND USE LINES SO PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO

TYPE ON THE
LINES IN CERTAIN FIELDS - HOW DO I MAKE IT SO THAT WHEN PEOPLE TYPE,

WORDS
MOVE ON THE LINES AND THE LINES DONT GO DOWN AS ANOTHER LINE STARTS?






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