Wrap text in parameter driven title block

Ok, so I have a field in my title block &Description that links to the part-parameter.
Well the part descriptions are too long to fit in the space provided
even when the font size is made smaller.
Why can't I "wrap text" like I can when I enter the info into tables by hand?
Can I insert a carrage return into the parameter value entered in part?
How do you guys handle this?
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so I have a field in my title block &amp;Description that links to the<BR>part-parameter.<BR><BR>Well the part descriptions are too long to fit in the space provided<BR>even when the font size is made smaller.<BR><BR>Why can't I "wrap text" like I can when I enter the info into tables<BR>by hand?<BR><BR>Can I insert a carrage return into the parameter value entered in<BR>part?<BR><BR>How do you guys handle this?<BR></BLOCKQUOTE> <OL> <LI>Heavy abbreviating per ASME Y14.38-1999</LI> <LI>Several description parameters concatenated into a single DESCRIPTION parameter</LI> <LI>Make the column bigger, make the text width narrower</LI> <LI>Pray for the miracle that PTC may yet get into the GUI age and take PostScript or TrueType fonts seriously and give up its anachronistic, proprietary, lame, inadequate (for the 80s) font system; and that it might yet give users a decent text and table editor, both of which were shameful trash, even by 80s standards.</LI></OL> <DIV>I'm doing the worst on the latter. PTC is extraordinarily cheap, shortsighted and prone to shooting itself in the foot. It seems immune to miracles. But, cash it understands: pay it to improve its product and it probably will (but not a penny more than you paid it) or invent something useful that IT can buy and your so-called intellectual property is history.</DIV> <DIV>&nbsp;</DIV> <DIV>David Janes</DIV></BODY></HTML>
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