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Can anyone tell me how to prevent a nested table from expanding to another row within outlook or ms word for that matter?
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Sorry, can you explain a bit more about what you mean?  It is not a problem I have.  Also plese give details of the versions of Word/Outlook that you have the problem with.

Thanks
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You could fix the row height of the outer table. It won't stop more rows being added to the inner table, but they wont be visible.

Select the row and use the Row tab on the Table properties dialogue. Tick 'Specify height' and put a height value in the size box.
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Well it turned out all I need to do was split the column. Thanks for the good suggestions however.
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