Yes, I found one before I replied. If you copy and paste TEXT containing carriage returns from some other source like notepad then WRS strips off those characters. I believe user is doing something similar.
In this scenario, user should replace the “Carriage” characters with the “Return” key in WRS header string in order to have multiple lines.
To me, the question is – when the SASReport XML version of the report is saved and we are no longer in the Report Viewer, what happens to the manually entered CR??? Does the manually entered carriage return “come back” when you reopen the file or is it gone again???? If the manually entered carriage return is still there when you reopen the report (after saving it), then I guess you’d need to reverse engineer the SAS Report XML of the XML –with the CR – to see what magic XML is in SASReport XML.
If the carriage return is gone when you reopen the SASReport XML, then that implies to me that the saving process (when translating back to SASReport XML) does something to the manually entered CR.