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We make exensive use of comments in Customers, Vendors, Items, Purchase Orders, Purchase Order Lines, Sales Orders, Sales Order Lines, Bill of Ladings, etc. , etc.

We really need a comments editor that formats comments. These comments print on documents and are just plain ugly and unprofessional looking. A comments editor should include spell checking, bullets, word wrap, etc. Nothing as sophisticated as Word, but a step above notepad.
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Under Review
Ideas Administrator

Thanks for the feedback. We will certainly be working on improved notes/comments editing capabilities in the future. Stay tuned.

Blazej Kotelko

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This also relates to an idea I just posted on making send email more efficient by allowing editing of the message content when auto generated by a body template. The same underlying capability to edit underlying html content within contextual constraints.

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Can you please also consider including simple 'multi-line' textboxes to render at least properly? Nothing fancy needed in a first delivery for these textboxes. Just being able to see / edit a multi-line value (e.g. Work Description on Sales Documents) would already solve most of our issues.

Also see
https://www.yammer.com/dynamicsnavdev/#/Threads/show?threadId=434369421533184
https://partner.microsoft.com/en-us/dashboard/collaborate/engagements/1173/feedback/wits/Bugs/268779

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It would also be useful if the Editor supports HTML (include that the functionality of respect html in the RDLC-Reporting is enabled) so that it is possible for the customer the mark some parts of the text as bold.

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The control used for editing discussions agains a VSTS work item would be perfect. Can you make something like that?

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First, if editing in the web client, spell check occurs.
While formatting is great idea, it would also need some functionality to allow controls or stripping of the formatting. Imagine trying to print a block of text on a sales order that a creative user had heavily formatted.

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