Words Table autoformater automaticaly assumes the font size in tex



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Words Table autoformater automaticaly assumes the font size in tex

Postby cGM2MTU » Thu, 19 Jan 2006 05:31:05 GMT

When I use the table autoformater in word the and set the table font size to 
10 pt then insert a table the font of the table assumes the size of the 
surrounding text

Re: Words Table autoformater automaticaly assumes the font size in tex

Postby Cindy M -WordMVP- » Sat, 21 Jan 2006 01:33:38 GMT

Hi =?Utf-8?B?cGM2MTU=?=, 

Make sure the paragraph the cursor is in when you insert the table is formatted 
with the defaults (NORMAL style with no additional formatting). AND make sure 
the default font size for Normal style is NOT 10 pt.

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