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dmez4u here:
I have just started using vp 2.0 and I having fun.
I belive this would be more fun if I had the vp 2.0 manual.
Does anyone know where a guy could find one.
I started building my first web site and when I inserted my second table I could not place it properly.
If I left align both are on left if I right align both are right.How do i get one to stay left and one right.?
please help.

RE: tables

Don't know about a manual - if I locate one I'll let you know.

For the overlapping table problem, try creating a single table with one row and two colums.  In the left cell put one of your tables and put the other in the right cell.  Each cell can then be treated individually for alignment, etc.  If you wanted them staggered vertically, you could make a single table with 2 rows and 1 column, place your tables in each of the cells and align one left, the other right.

I've found, especially with VP2, that nesting tables solves a whole bunch of problems that come up - so much so, in fact, that I've started looking at every problem as one of nested tables!

Hope this helps - if not, post your questions here and I'll check back periodically.


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