microsoft.public.word.pagelayout - Microsoft Office Word
I am using Office 2003 on Windows XP. I have a document which I converted into an "online form" in which I have added many text boxes. I know you can set the maximum length of the text boxes, but I find it challenging to determine what setting to use to prevent line wrapping. How can I prevent the text boxes (most are in cells in tables) from wrapping, but still allow the user to get the most in on one line? Is there an easy way to determine the max length setting to keep the entry all on one line? Thanks much in advance.
I have tried to find a solution to this, but have been unable to correct it. Using Excel 2003, I have my rows set up for word wrap. When I enter text into a cell (formatted as General), the row width will update automatically if the cell wraps. This is how I want it. The problem is that the row wraps before I have reached the end of the cell being edited. I can understand that there may be some sort of margin in place somewhere (although I cannot find any settings for this), but there are still at least 3/4 characters that can still be entered into the cell before I would consider it filled. Is there a way of adjusting this 'margin' so that I can totally fill the length of a cell before it considers wrapping. It is annoying to have a row with double row width even though the line in the cell has not wrapped. Hope I have made myself understood. TIA Martin