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I hate to say it, but when I see something like that I suspect a corruption.
You probably have to start over. Paste the table unformatted into a new
document. That clears everything, including the table. Select all the text
and use the Table/Convert/Convert Text to Table command. Copy that table
back into your document and format as needed.
Hopefully someone will have a less fussy solution for you.
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Subject: Word printing problem
Hiya - I have one cell in a Word table that won't print, though the text is
clearly there and also shows up in print preview. Does anyone have any
advice on how to fix this? Thanks a million, Tracy
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