#7874
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“Chr(10)” returns a linefeed character, “Chr(13)” returns a carriage return character. The two-character string Chr(13) & Chr(10) returns a Windows newline. Alternatively you can use the Visual Basic String Constants vbCrlf which return carriage return–linefeed combination. See the Visual Basic Scripting Guide for more information (GroupWise Help – Formativ Help – vbscript).

  
  Call GroupWise.FocusSet(10, "")
  GroupWise.PosTextTop
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & FullName)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & Title)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & CompanyName)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & Street)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & City & ", " & State & " " & Zip)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & "Phone: " & Phone)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & "Fax: " & FaxNum)
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & "Email: " & LCase(Email))
  GroupWise.TypeText(vbcrlf & "Website: " & Website)
  Groupwise.Enter()
  GroupWise.PosTextTop

Regards,
Advansys Support