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Table format in Outlook Email

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Last Modified: 2012-05-10
I have an email that uses several queires to produce dyanmic data for individualized email.  In the first query, there are two fields returned, however they are varying lengths so I want the data in the second field to line up rather than just tabbing between the columsn.  I am trying to create HTML code (which I know nothing about) based on samples but rather than getting one table, I am getting the data in two columns, but with a line between each row, which I do not want.  Attached is the code snippet that creates the first query result set in the email.
Do While Not .EOF
strMailBody = strMailBody & "<table border=0 width=282 height=48>" & "<tr>" & _
      "<td width=200 height=21><Font Color=Red>" & ![job_code] & "</td>" & _
      "<td width=82 height=21><Font Color=Red>" & Format(![Ratio], "0.00%") & "</td>" & _
    "</tr>" & _
    "</table>"
      .MoveNext
  Loop
End With
rst.Close
Set rst = Nothing

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