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Fonts in a table?

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How do you specify the font you want in a table?  My table always reverts to the default font unless I put font tags in each <td> tag. I assume all these tags are making my document unnecessarily heavy also. Isn't there an easier way to do this?
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RickH
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That is a normal behavior.  The only way around this is to use CSS.

put this in your HEAD

<STYLE>
<!--
TD{
  font-family: Times New Roman, Arial;
  }
-->
</STYLE>

That would do it in IE4.x and NS(not sure about NS though)
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