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    Morning all

    The senility has finally caught up with me I think

    I am creating a table in Word that may be completed on users PC's or printed for hand completion. It is only 2 columns, the left one having questions and the right one for completion.

    Is there a way I can specifiy that the height of the cells / rows can be a certain height? I can set the 2nd column to 20 point for hand completion to make the rows higher but I don't want 20 point for those that complete on the PC.

    I am sure this must be simple, but then so am I!!

    Cheers

    Steve
    Cheers

    Steve

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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='764554' date='10-Mar-2009 10:54'][/quote]
    Select one or more rows of the table.
    Select Table | Table Properties...
    Activate the Row tab.
    You can tick the check box "Specify height", then enter a row height, and select either "At least" or "Exactly" from the "Row height is" dropdown.

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    Thanks Hans

    I was just posting back to say I had found this. I use tables so infrequently and I was convinced that the 'Table Properties' were in the 'Table' tab and that I was going mad. It then suddenly dawned on me to right click.

    Cheers

    Steve
    Cheers

    Steve

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