Word Wrap

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Word Wrap

In word processing, the feature that allows text that goes past the margin to be automatically transported to the next line without any break or hyphenation in the word. This occurs unless the word itself is longer than a line.
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In the above example, the sender's margins produced a "wrap" after the word "appearance." Upon receipt, the receiver's e-mail system wrapped after the words "no attention to the." Your wrap at "appearance" is now a hard return in the receiver's system so that a new line forms.
A 1% information technology budget and hard return projections are pushing supermarket retailers to add innovative systems that enhance basic retail practices and provide bottom line results.
Rankin said: ``We have a hard return to the Borders this weekend and don't want to make it a hat-trick of defeats down there.
In the team disciplines Craig Manson, age 24, from Glasgow was part of Clan 4 Kings in thge fiendishly hard Return To Castle Wolfenstein and took a share of the pounds 4000 top prize.
<Control><F5> Text In-Out, retrieve TRYREF.TXT as a DOS document, carriage return/linefeed (CR/LF) becoming a hard return ([HRt]).
Hard Returns," author Bob Musial, principal of StreetSmart Business Development, LLC, and 40-year business development, sales, marketing and communications veteran, provides strategic "point and click" advice with practical tips on the effective and persuasive uses of interpersonal skills like communication, collaboration, analyzation, problem resolution, leadership, adaptability, and innovation encountered in everyday-business situations.
1 could sense the lurking danger as he tackled some hard returns from the Spaniard.
Thickness of the primary "bottom line" on the screen is another indicator--some units register hard returns with a thin red line, while others exhibit a thickening of the line.
For example, one finds hard returns in locations where there should be none (p.
The dollar figures represent both hard returns, like cost savings and increased sales, and soft returns, like greater productivity, collaboration, and customer service, according to Rebecca Wettemann, a vice president at Nucleus Research.
While the investment banks' marketing machinery may be able to attract funds sloshing around, it will take some skill to convert them into cold, hard returns. And they will find that the rates of return, more than anything else, can be the biggest differentiator for fund managers going forward.