Gene, Monarch V6's Floating Trap should solve this problem for you.
You will need to define your report trap differently. Use the City/Street Address line as your detail trap line.
Create your Detail template as follows:
Sample:Salem99 Highland St /font[/quote](NOTE: Most likely you can use
two or more Alpha character traps
Sample:Salem99 Highland St /font[/quote]Highlight "Salem" as its own field (City) and "99 Highland St" as its own field (Street Address). Last but not least, check on the Floating Trap box.
Monarch V6 should scan across each City/Street Address line and split the City and Street Address Fields properly.
[size="1"][ March 26, 2003, 01:39 PM: Message edited by: Mike Urbonas ][/size]
That would work until you ran into an address that started with a "alpha" such as SalemNorth 52nd street. You might see if it is possible to print to file using a file format that would put a separator between the fileds such as a .csv file then you could open it in Excel save it as a formatted text (space delimited) or .prn file that could be opened in Monarch.