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    Michael Wagner

    Wow, that's complicated! Is there any benefit to doing it this way instead of just entering a bullet in the text area using option-8 on a mac or whatever the alt-code is for pcs? One example where I've used it is to separate an office and fax number. The fax number isn't always used, so I included it along with the bullet in the "optional" tags:

    {Office}<optional> • {Fax}</optional>

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    Adam Witek

    Michael,

    The benefit of doing it this way is that your customer does not have to know about Opt+8 or Alt Codes. Larger scale deployments where there can be 20+, 30+ individuals ordering usually need a more automated approach like we have above.

    Your example works well if you require the user to fill in both an Office and Fax number, however if you do not require both numbers to be filled out, and they only include a fax number, you will get an unwanted bullet point.

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    Michael Wagner

    Ahhh, ok, that makes sense. Good to know!

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