eText template question

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Is there a way you can have 2 repeating fields on the same line that belong to 2 different levels in the hierarchy?  I can't figure out how to set this up in the RTF template.  I'm referring to the Line 2's in my example below.  The initial 111 is from OutboudPayment in the xml hierarchy but the 1010 is from the DocumentPayable in the xml hierarchy.  Two different levels but need to be shown on the same line.  I am working with a Delimiter based file.

For example:

1|xxx|Whatever Lane|11111|

2|[strong]111[/strong]|[strong]1010[/strong]|Hello|

2|[strong]111[/strong]|[strong]1012[/strong]|GoodBye|

1|xyz|Whoever Lane|22222|

2|[strong]222[/strong]|[strong]1013[/strong]|Ciao|



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ASKED: July 9, 2010  12:21 PM
UPDATED: July 9, 2010  1:34 PM

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