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Difference in page length normal v/s preview

Difference in page length normal v/s preview

Difference in page length normal v/s preview

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Inadvertently I created a page 3900 pixels long. I corrected this by selecting the lower cell and reducing size. This worked fine in "normal" view but will not take in "preview". I cannot find this subject in books, can you help?
Scott II

RE: Difference in page length normal v/s preview

I take it you must be using a table.  Right click > table properties > uncheck height.  Highlight all cells > right click > cell properties > uncheck height.  

Tables don't need the height attribute, and Netscape will ignore it anyway.  If the table is still too long, you probably have some spacing left.

Linda

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