Re: Overlapping in MS Word?

Subject: Re: Overlapping in MS Word?
From: Jennita Catherine <jennita -dot- catherine -at- viragelogic -dot- com>
To: Geoff Hart <ghart -at- videotron -dot- ca>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 14:40:38 +0530

Hi Geoff,

Thank you so much for your valuable reply. Your solution solved the
problem indeed!

Jennita Catherine
Technical Writer

Geoff Hart wrote:

> Jennita Catherine wondered: <<I am facing problem while adding text
> in an existing table in MS Word. The proceeding rows overlap the row
> that I am trying to update.>>
> Usually this happens when the previous rows are set to have a
> specific size (row height) instead of automatically expanding to hold
> all the text. To see whether this is the case, position the cursor in
> each row (you'll need to test both), open the Table menu, and either
> select "Table properties" (so you can edit the details in the Row
> tab) or "Autofit-->Autofit to contents" to force the row to expand to
> fit the contents.
> ----------------------------------------------------
> -- Geoff Hart
> ghart -at- videotron -dot- ca / geoffhart -at- mac -dot- com
> --------------------------------------------------
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