I have a measurement form. Users can add numbers into the appropriate fields (labeled number only fields). I think have a formula field that formats the numbers into something that can be readable.

Each field is added on its own line in a formula field with a * by it, so the end result looks like this (sample formula below):

- Height:
- Bust:
- Waist:
- Thigh:

```
CONCATENATE( IF({Height}, "* Height: " & {Height} & "cm\n"), IF({Head Circumference}, "* Head Circumference: " & {Head Circumference} & "cm\n"), IF({Neck Circumference}, "* Neck Circumference: " & {Neck Circumference} & "cm\n"), IF({Chest Circumference}, "* Chest Circumference: " & {Chest Circumference} & "cm\n"),
```

This works great. However I have an â€śAdditional Measurementsâ€ť field that is a long text field, where a user can add any missing measurements. For example:

Calf Circumference:

Hip Circumference:

I am wanting to know if I can add a * to each new line like in the other formula? The above user input would look like this:

- Calf Circumference:
- Hip Circumference:

Final end result would look like this:

- Height:
- Bust:
- Waist:
- Thigh:
- Calf Circumference:
- Hip Circumference:

Hopefully I explained this well enough. Right now the formula I modified looked like this:

- Height:
- Bust:
- Waist:
- Thigh:
- Calf Circumference:

Hip Circumference:

Foot Width:

It works, but it bothers me SO MUCH that the user added information only has a * by the first line and not the other lines.