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If I am going to do a bunch of html files created in word and saved into
html, and say they are primarily just text and maybe a little code
thrown in and an occasional graphic, is a 1 x 1 table the best container
for the text as a general proposition? Thanks.
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What is the intended purpose of the table?

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If I am going to do a bunch of html files created in word and saved into
html, and say they are primarily just text and maybe a little code thrown
in and an occasional graphic, is a 1 x 1 table the best container for the
text as a general proposition? Thanks.



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Shauna Kelly wrote:
Hi DR

What is the intended purpose of the table?

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If I am going to do a bunch of html files created in word and saved into
html, and say they are primarily just text and maybe a little code thrown
in and an occasional graphic, is a 1 x 1 table the best container for the
text as a general proposition? Thanks.




As "a container," or frame, "for the text."
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I think what Shauna meant was, "Why do you need a container or frame for the
text other than the Web page itself?"

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What is the intended purpose of the table?

Shauna


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If I am going to do a bunch of html files created in word and saved into
html, and say they are primarily just text and maybe a little code

thrown
in and an occasional graphic, is a 1 x 1 table the best container for

the
text as a general proposition? Thanks.




As "a container," or frame, "for the text."


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Suzanne S. Barnhill wrote:
I think what Shauna meant was, "Why do you need a container or frame for the
text other than the Web page itself?"

Thanks. In the absence of a frame, the line length and other properties
cannot be controlled so as to look good for all screen resolutions and
monitors. Also, adjacent graphics are not properly positioned.
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