I'm using Word 2007 and inserting code into a document. I have a style with a fixed-width font and light grey background and all, and I use Notepad++ for syntax highlighting.
My problem is with lines of code that are too long to display. They are auto-wrapped, but then it's not obvious to see how exactly the lines are meant to be, i.e. where the newline actually is.
Is there a way to auto-insert an arrow symbol at the beginning of such wrapped lines to indicate that it is the same line (kind of like hyphenating, except on long lines instead of long words)?
So that, for example this:
public static void foo(String abcdefg, Boolean 123, String xyz)
(provided that the page/box/column/... is wide just enough to show text up to "123"), would be displayed like this:
public static void foo(String abcdefg, Boolean 123,