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Default Word 2003 - Setting table row height to auto

In Word97, when converting text to a table, I used to be to adjust/set the
table row height to auto so that no white space appeared at the end of the
text in each row. However, I can't seem to be able to do that in Word 2003.

Does anyone know if/how this can be done in Word 2003?

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Hi ?B?TUNS?=,

In Word97, when converting text to a table, I used to be to adjust/set the
table row height to auto so that no white space appeared at the end of the
text in each row. However, I can't seem to be able to do that in Word 2003.

Does anyone know if/how this can be done in Word 2003?

I'm a bit confused. What does the row height have to do with how much white
space appears at the end of the text (that's a horizontal concept for me)? Do
you mean below the text; between the text and the bottom of the cell? You
might check in Table/Table Properties/Options whether a bottom margin has been
set.

Cindy Meister
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