Microsoft Word Table Automation - column widths not consistent - VB Script

Screenshot: https://www.screencast.com/t/andGYDsex  notice one table is less wide than the other

The following code removes an unwanted column

                              for each trw in tbl.rows
                                    if trw.cells.count > 6 then
                                          trw.cells(7).Delete
                                                
                                          
                                    end if
                                    
                              next


The result is randomly reducing some of the tables widths while not reducing the widths of others.
How can I make this consistent?
maxdbaseAsked:
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Rgonzo1971Commented:
Hi,

Are you sure the PreferredWidth and AllowAutoFit properties are the same in the tables?

Regards
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