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One way is to add a new line character to each line of data that you add to the textbox. This will automatically display multiline data.

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Thank you fotr your reply 'tinstaafl'

Will you please tell me how to add new line character and where?

.......waiting for your reply.

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VB contains a constant for that(vbCrLf). As you read the data from the database, you put it into a string variable and add & vbCrLf anywhere in the string that you want a line break.

Here's a page of tutorials that might help you

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