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    Table Design of Document (Word XP)

    Hello everyone:

    I worked with a client for a few days this week. Absolute nightmare, one thing I did notice was that the previous person who held the position; created a lot of word docs, however they were in a table like format.

    Why would this person create a letter in such a format? Why not just use the typical margins etc. I am not an advanced user, however, I have never seen this before.

    Thanks dillon

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    Re: Table Design of Document (Word XP)

    Without seeing the documents it's hard to say - we don't know what they look like. One possible reason is that many corporate letter designs have a sidebar with address information etc. This could be implemented using a text box, but also using a two column table - one for the sidebar text, and one for the body text.

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    Re: Table Design of Document (Word XP)

    Hello Hans:

    Do you know where I can find more information on your explaination, I have a large book called the "Complete Reference."

    I will try and locate more information.

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    dillon

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    Re: Table Design of Document (Word XP)

    Since I only made a not-very-educated guess, I don't know what I could refer you to.

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