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    Text wrapping in tables

    I don't think this is possible in Word 2000, but thought I'd throw it out there to see if any of y'all could figure out a way to do it:
    I have a form that is in a table. One row is made of two columns of a set height. I have a user that would like to have the text wrap from column one to column two when the text reached the bottom of the cell.
    Is this possible?
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    Re: Text wrapping in tables

    Yes, it is. Put margin-less, borderless text boxes the same size as the cell with the two cells, using lock anchor and move with text options for the text boxes. Then link the two boxes as continuation boxes. Then paste the text and you get the effect you want.

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    Re: Text wrapping in tables

    Wow, you are a truly amazing guru! Thanks! <img src=/S/clever.gif border=0 alt=clever width=15 height=15>

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