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Range.TwoLinesInOne Property (Word)

Published: July 16, 2012

Returns or sets whether Microsoft Word sets two lines of text in one and specifies the characters that enclose the text, if any. Read/write WdTwoLinesInOneType.

expression .TwoLinesInOne

expression Required. A variable that represents a Range object.

Setting the TwoLinesInOne property to wdTwoLinesInOneNoBrackets sets two lines of text in one without enclosing the text in any characters. Setting the TwoLinesInOne property to wdTwoLinesInOneNone restores a line of combined text to two separate lines.

This example formats the current selection as two lines of text in one, enclosed in parentheses.

Selection.Range.TwoLinesInOne = _ 
 wdTwoLinesInOneParentheses

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