Just make your field less tall? You can control object dimensions in the first tab of the inspector.
Narrow the field as much as needed: Inspector-> Appearance->Advanced Graphics->Padding. Paragraph->Alignment may be helpful, too.
There is an option in the Preferences, I believe, that lets you turn off line wrapping. But be warned it turns off the line wrapping for everything.
You could replace the Account field on that particular layout (which looks like some type of report) with a calculation field, text result, something like Left ( Account ; 20 ). This would limit all account names to no more than 20 characters. See what fits, then put that number in the calculation.
Put in an auto-enter calc that strips the Carriage returns.
Ie. If (Position ( yourfield; "P"; 1; 1 )>0,Substitute ( yourfield; "P"; ""), yourfield)
This is what we do for a lot of fields. However, we just use:
Trim ( Substitute ( yourField ; ¶ ; " " ) )
No need for the if, since the substitute won't have any effect where there's no pilcrow. We also replace with a space, since just stripping them off leaves no space between the last word on the first lien and the first word on the second. Lastly, we add trim so that if there's just a stray pilcrow at the end (or beginning) we won't end up with a leading or trailing space.
Finally, be sure to uncheck the box that says "do not replace existing value of field (if any)"
I don't think there is a carriage return in ryanmeade83's Account field. I think the field on the particular layout shown is too narrow and there is no room to make it wider. That's why I suggested that a calculated abbreviation of the Account field be used on that particular layout.
I find that using a fixed width font and conditional formatting can make things fit.
Takes some trial and error but you can reduce the font size when the length of the text in the input field falls between specific character counts. We print plastic certification cards (credit card sized) that have very finite space for the name to fit so reducing the font size has worked very well for this.
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