SetField[Fieldname; $VarA & " ¶ " & $VarB]
That's exactly it.
Once again, I'm in your debt - many thanks.
Nothing wrong with DaSaint's method, but I prefer:
SetField[Fieldname; List ( $VarA ; $VarB) ]
I like this approach as it's a touch easier to read and if $VarB should be empty, I don't get the added return at the end of the text--which can make for slightly cleaner text in "fieldname".
Oh - I do like that Phil. I added a line to elide the extra CR but I could do away with it.
Thanks. I don't know what I'd have done if this forum weren't here.
This works great in filemaker, however when I select all and copy, go to a web page and paste in a field, it takes out the carriage return.
If I paste it in Pages or notes, it is just fine, and if I copy it out of notes or Pages, it will paste nicely in the field on the webpage.
If CR not works, try LF or CRLF.
A & Char(10) & B
A & Char(13) & Char(10) & B
Thank you so much!!!!!!