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Posted by: Alejandra
Posted on: May 6th, 2009, 1:34am
Hi, I have had some problems with tables and images. I create a table with 2 columns and 1 row. At the left side I put text and the right side I want to insert some images. Why I can't see all the text and the image and I can only see a part of them (first line)? If I manually add some lines (by clicking enter a lot of times) then when I see the preview on the browser (or IE) I see a great space, too many blank lines, probably the same quantity I pressed enter. I read the chapter about Tables and images but I didn't find anything about this. Thanks, Alejandra.
Posted by: walterjackson
Posted on: Jan 5th, 2011, 11:17pm
you must set the limits to your table so it will fixed on whatever browser you wanna use.
Exactly right! That's what I always do when people ask me about Trimtone and there's some problem with tables.. Its just easy.. you just need to follow the instructions
I don't know why sometimes is so hard to follow instructions. I fall into that trap so often…
Posted by: mike
Posted on: Sep 1st, 2018, 7:46am
When I cut and paste PDF text into EWE including a table, the table appears in EWE as dotted lines. Is there any way to make the lines solid?
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Sep 1st, 2018, 7:50am
If it is imported as real table within EWE, the Table properties can be changed with a right click of the mouse, then Properties. Also, make sure to go in Preview mode (F11) to preview the final result, as in edit mode the lines may always be dotted. If it is imported as image, you should edit the image with a Paint program (if you right click EWE can run the Paint program installed and defined as "default" in Windows).
By editing the direct HTML of a table (in the HTML tab of the Table properties dialog you can add tags that will be included within the <table> tag) you can change a table in a more extended way, but this would be a bit more complicated than what can be done visually.