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Move table in outlook 2007?

I have Outlook 2007, and need to insert a table into an email. I insert the table, but am unable to move it horizontally at all. I try to move the compass in the upper-left, but the table just snaps back into its original place. Is there any way to make it so I can move the table like an image, and place it anywhere I like? I tried to do text wrapping in the table propertie, but nothing happens... Thank you for any help!
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andreyman3d2k
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, andreyman3d2k.  

How about blocking the table, cutting it, then pasting it back in wherever you want it?
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andreyman3d2kAuthor Commented:
I am not sure what Blocking means, but when I cut the table and paste it, it just snaps to the left margin again, no matter where I right-click and paste..
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David LeeCommented:
Blocking is the process of highlighting and selecting a block of text, in this case the entire table.  From your description it sounded to me like you were trying to move the table by dragging with the mouse.  If you're just trying to adjust the horizontal position on the page, then

1.  Right-click the table and select Table Properties.
2.  Adjust the "Indent from left" value in the Alignment section.
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