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Default Multiple Lines in Button

How do I create multiple lines or do a word wrap in the value of a form? I need to display the value of my button in two lines. What happens is it gets truncated on the button.

<FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION="mywebsite.asp" NAME="MyForm">
<INPUT CLASS="Btn" TYPE="SUBMIT" NAME="btnSUBMIT"
        VALUE="Click Here to take the Survey">
</FORM>


I need the text in the button to show

Click Here
to take the Survey

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Dont think that can even be done through CSS; consider using an image button.

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That's what I am afraid off. I was hoping that there is a work around instead of creating an image. I am lousy at creating an image. I do not know the first step to creating one.

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Ya, the image button is going to be the only way to do this. If you need to create images and dont have Photoshop or Paintshop Pro you can download GIMP here: http://www.gimp.org/ and its free.

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