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Hi,
Created a formula field to use If() condition, I need true and false conditions. to be printed in the new line.



Example:
Print("\n hello")

output:
         --> empty line
hello  --> 2nd line






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Hello Vivek, I would like to see the formula to help support further. First, I would make sure you are using a Rich text formula in order to use /n or <br> tags. 

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Hi Vivek,

I've found when using Rich Text it works best to use <br> tags and then when using a formula text \n works more reliably. It usually works best when you match the return you are using to the field type.