The commands of interest are:
- \sp1 = this remembers the location of the character immediately following the command
- \rp1 = this returns to the space remembered with the \sp1 command
- \dn100 = this lowers the text by 100% of the current font size
- \up100 = this raises the text by 100% of the current font size
The big thing to remember with math text is to always include a space after the command. So, \sp1 is actually type in as "\sp1 ".
An example is:
- \sp1 Here is a multiple line \rp1 \dn100 text field that uses \rp1 \dn200 linked text from a worksheet
If you type the above into at data table, the corresponding text in the borehole view that uses that data table will be on 3 lines:
- Here is a multiple line
- text field that uses
- linked text from a worksheet
Alternatively, if you just want to split your linked text at a certain text box width, you can use the Wrap Text command in Strater 4 or 5. To do so:
- Select the linked text object.
- In the Property Manager check the box next to Wrap text.
- Set the desired Wrap width.
- You can turn off or on the option to Keep whole word when possible by unchecking or checking that option. This just specifies whether words will be split in the middle or fully moved to the next line.
Updated: October 4, 2016