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Crazy Squirrel
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Nov 10, 2005, 5:38 AM

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Tabs (alignment) Can't Post

Hi

Been trying out innova studio's editor and can't seem to find a way to line things up like you would with tabs in word, eg getting the G and 1 below lined up:

Name: George
Address: 123 Testing Rd

I tried using a table but then the data is to far over to the right of the page on printing. Anyway of doing it in Innova or one of the other editors without resorting to a fixed width font like courier new?


Theo
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Nov 11, 2005, 11:32 AM

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Re: [Crazy Squirrel] Tabs (alignment) [In reply to] Can't Post

With HTML, you need to line things up with tables, tab characters are meaningless (HTML interprets them the same as a regular space). You can create a table but make the borders invisible. You should be able to do it with Innova, the table functionality is good.


Theo Wiersma
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