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Hayley
 
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We are trying to print out a table but the letters that are tall (such as the
t's and l's) are being cut off on top. Before just making sure that it was
"table text" fixed this problem, but that is not working now. We have even
tried deleting the row and reentering the text, but nothing seems to work
now. Any ideas? Please email back if you have any suggestions at
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Thanks


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Check that the row height in your table is set to "at least" rather than
"exactly". If the font is too large for the height of the row then the
ascenders and/or descenders will appear cropped.
Genine

"Hayley" wrote:

We are trying to print out a table but the letters that are tall (such as the
t's and l's) are being cut off on top. Before just making sure that it was
"table text" fixed this problem, but that is not working now. We have even
tried deleting the row and reentering the text, but nothing seems to work
now. Any ideas? Please email back if you have any suggestions at
.

Thanks


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