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I posted this to the framers list yesterday, but no one responded. If you can
help me, I would really appreciate it!
At the present, I am required to create a table format for our
standards. I apologize if this sounds like a very basic question, but here
I am creating a new table format in Frame 6. My company's table standards
include a specified row height, and to minimize human error, I want to create
format with that specific row height already included. I can set my row height
and create the rest
of the format, but then when I try to insert the new format I have just
created, the row height returns to some default setting created by Frame, not
mine. Every other format sticks, even fonts, but not row height. Any ideas of
what I could be doing wrong? Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for everything,
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