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Hi everyone,

I've used InfoPath to create an input form for work but I've encountered an inconsistency.

Occasionally when you open up a completed form in xml format, the xml structure is broken. The code extends to the right and it has lost all its carriage returns.

Has anyone encountered this problem before? And if so, how do I stop this situation from occurring?
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How did you define the textbox or textboxes?

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