Multiple filelds in one column

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Hi! Hi! I have a form in which I have the following fields... Approver1, Approver 2... Approver8. DateApproved1, DateApproved2,? DateApproved8 Remarks1, Remarks2 ? Remarks8 I would like to display these 8 fields as a different row under the each column titled APPROVER, DATE, REMARKS in a view. I don't know how to bring in the corresponding columns that go along with the corresponding level number. Would appreciate it if someone can help me out on this asap as I need to solve it urgently. Thanks so much in advance?
ASKED: December 4, 2006  1:03 AM
UPDATED: December 4, 2006  9:33 AM

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Just set the value for your Approver column to be:

Approver1:Approver2:…Approver7:Approver8

Use similar entries for the other columns, e.g.:

DateApproved1:DateApproved2:…DateApproved7:DateApproved8

for the Date Approved column.

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  • Brooklynegg
    The reply from user 017468 is the first step in configuring a view to show multiple values on separate lines. You also have to - change the Column properties Multi Value Separator to "New Line" - change the View properties Style tab setting under Rows - Height to "8." - Usually have to then choose "Shrink Rows to content." - Finally, use @left on any list that can have elements that get too long (e.g. "remarks") to reduce it to a valid length so your view's rows stay single-line -- the view will not keep values together across columns if one column wraps a value to an additional line. If any list does not format to multi-line, try using a variable. Sometimes it seems like that is necessary. For instance: varList := Approver1 : Approver2 : Approver 3; varList This assumes you are trying to get a view like this Approver Date Remarks Joe Blow 11/2/2006 This is great work Jane Doe 11/3/2006 This looks good. Mike Dink 12/4/2006 It's passable, I appro and so on.
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