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How to edit spacing on Receipt?Asked by Shininglights on November 14, 2016 at 03:46 PM
Hi there, is there a way to make portions of the receipt single spaced? For instance, when I pull in the address for the email receipt, I'd like it to be all single spaced. I'm not familiar with code, but perhaps you could steer me in the right direction or do it for me. Thanks very much.
I apologize, what do you mean by wanting to have "all singled spaced"? Please illustrate what you mean with a screenshot image, simply load the link to this thread in your browser: https://www.jotform.com/answers/989951
Then, upload the image as shown on the following guide: https://www.jotform.com/answers/277033-How-to-add-screenshots-images-to-questions-to-the-support-forum
I would like the address to look like this (vertical line spacing is
"single spaced") :
To: Susan Cantor
18833 Mink Creek Drive
Chugiak, Alaska 99567
I supposed that might be called "vertical padding"? Is it possible to make
the lines closer together?
The address information was pulled from the form submitted, using the
editor in the autoresponder email and inserting the “Form Field” into the
table provided. Here is the receipt:
[image: Inline image 1]
Thank you for your help! Susan
Unfortunately your image did not reach the forum. Nevertheless, to make the lines closer together in the email autoresponder, please hold the Shift key on your keyboard and hit Enter. The next line should then appear closer.
Here's how it should look after:
If you need further assistance, please let us know.
Thanks! I'll try it. Your program is great.