Character/string that will cause a line feed in Word
Thread poster: CafeTran Training

CafeTran Training
Netherlands
Local time: 18:17
Member (2016)
Feb 25, 2016

I'd like to add a character/string in my CAT tool that will cause a line feed (new line) in Word (2016) once the exported DOCX is opened in Word.

In CAT tool:

* long segment without line feed LF * long segment without line feed LF * long segment without line feed LF * long segment without line feed LF

(Where LF represents a special character/string to enforce a line feed.)

Should open in Word as:

* long segment without line feed
* long segment without line feed
* long segment without line feed
* long segment without line feed

Is this possible?

(Currently I'm using a Find/Replace action.)


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esperantisto  Identity Verified
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Depends Feb 25, 2016

This depends on the CAT tool. In OmegaT, Shift+Enter normally acts this way.

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