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Style Formatting in Visual Studio 2008

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Is there any way to STOP Visual Studio 2008 formatting the layout of tables etc. using style tags and use good old fashioned 'width' and 'height' attributes instead?

i.e. From this: style="width: 250px"

to this: width="250px"

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Visual studio does not provide option to automatically change this. But you can manually change the attributes in the tag. It might display a warning but you can still run the application.
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Yes - that is what I have been doing. And it is a pain. Thanks for clarifying this anyway.
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