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literal control in asp.net without scrollbar.

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i'm trying to display table inside literal control but my table is like 1600px x 1200 so the literal automatically creates scrollbar. is there a way for me to turn that off? please help thanks.
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The ASP.Net Literal control should not be limiting you. Check your code and the html that you are sticking into the literal control.
View the source if necessary.
Gary Davis
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took out div tag. i'm stupid
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