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How do I make FrontPage not set width on a table?
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by:PBall
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Tried rightclicking the table and show its property and clear the width?

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By "not set width", do you mean to tell it to use 100% of the browser? If so, set it to 100% - click in the table and then set the Table Properties width to 100%.

You can also have the columns determine the width, and as PBall suggests, before setting your column widths, clear out the width specified for the table.
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