Solved How to align rows of different tables in Word 2003

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October 10, 2012 at 10:07:33
Specs: XP proffesional, AM486/120MHz/32Mb
Hi all guy's. I'm using word 2003 to make a document in where there are several (more than 15) tables corresponding to some data about transformers design. I want that all these tables have the same column width and aligned between all tables. How can I do it manually, without the auto-adjust menu because it is of no help in my case.

Best regards and many thanks in advance.

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October 11, 2012 at 09:42:42
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After creating the first table and inputting data,

Edit > Select All
Edit > Copy
Place insertion point where you want the next table
Edit > Paste

Change data to what it should be.

Repeat Edit > Paste for each additional table you need.

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