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Was there ever a solution in Word 2003 to joining tables?

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Old March 10th 09, 08:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Default Was there ever a solution in Word 2003 to joining tables?

A client has given me dozens of Word tables, many of which need to be joined.
I'm in Word 2003 and have read all the help posts I can find--am using Normal
view, no word wrap, all files in RTF, columns aligned, paragraphs between
tables deleted--but it is still impossible to select or sort an entire column.

Any suggestions?


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