I don't understand what you mean by
> Open the file in Word. Remove all formatting, including the table.How do I do this?
I'm creative! You can't expect me to be neat too.
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> DiMa wrote:
>> Hi Cheryl,
>> Thanks for your post.
>>>Was this "table" in HTML or in a word.doc?
>> The table was created in Word 95 by someone else doing the book)
> OK, scratch that option, then.
>>>After you tried the changing the font on the column,
>> It was a Word document. Just a two column table.
> Uhhh -- I must still not understand. AFTER you stripped the formatting,
>>>B. Did you open the .txt file in word-pad or in word?
>> I opened the file (on my computer) in Word.
> I can't explain WHY, but try this then.
> Open the file in Word. Remove all formatting, including the table.
> SAVE AS: plain text, as file.txt Close file; close WORD.
> Open file.txt in Notepad or Wordpad, and SAVE, even if you made not a
> Now you ought to be able to open file.txt in WORD and see your format
>> I am going to give word-pad a try as I never thought about that - it has
>> Will let you know what happens with word-pad.
>> As I am a stubborn person, I intend to find out if this can be done
> WORD has some built-in, little noticed "features" that restore user-made
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