I have merged the results of an access 2000 query in a Word document. The word document has several columns ie. a particulars , a debit and a credit column for figures. My problem is that unless I use non proportional fonts I get the figures columns snaking down the page in a very untidy column (obviously affected by the size of the letters in the particulars). I wonder if this problem can be overcome by addressing the tabs stops in word from within the query. I would also have to have the figures decimal aligned.
I would be gratefull for any suggestions and especially if anyone has the correct code or sample database where such occurs
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