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gokubigokubi 

carriage returns in formula fields?

I suspect this isn't possible--has anyone been able to get carriage returns into a text formula field? I tried to pass <br/>, but not surprisingly I got the text "<br/>" back.

I want to list a few hyperlinks in one formula field to clean up my UI.

Thanks,
Steve
KingsleyKingsley
No guarantees, but try this:
Code:
<div>
<a href="your link" style="display:block">Link text</a>
<a href="your link" style="display:block">Link text</a>
</div>

 

gokubigokubi
No dice. The HTML isn't interpreted, which isn't surprising for lots of reasons.
 
I guess it's not possible...
 
Thanks!
 
Steve
ApprivoApprivo
you can put spaces between hyperlink arguements which allows you to have multiple links within one formula field
here is an example
HYPERLINK("http://www.google.com", "Google") & "  "  & HYPERLINK("http://www.yahoo.com", "Yahoo")