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Posted by: John Santana
Posted on: Sep 7th, 2005, 5:28pm
Part of the feature set of RoboAuthor is that we can print our project as a manual. However, when I try printing (tried different printers, etc), text that is confined in tables does not "wrap" at all--it is just printed in a very wide column.
I'm using the trial version, and this is a make-or-break issue for me. If we can't print the project as a manual, then I can't see using RoboAuthor or HyperPublish.
Compliling the project to a chm file works fine, but print from a chm file is not convenient because you can't print the whole project--just topics and sub-topics.
Am I doing something wrong?
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Sep 15th, 2005, 11:44am
This happens ONLY if your table has a fixed size.
Solutions: 1) make sure that the table has a percent size and of course that is not included within a cell of another table that is fixed
2) make sure that there aren't too-much-large images within the table (maybe other rows or columns). Images do force the table width - in order to enforce your layout, and to not crop images, the program enlarges a table in order to fit all images contained.
In other words, if the table has no constraints, it resizes to its percent width (example, 100% of the paper size) and so the text will correctly wrap.
Another possible (rare) error is to use instead "normal" spaces (spacebar) non-breaking-spaces (maybe you introduced them with copy and paste, or ALT + 160)