From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Mon Dec 01 2003 - 13:55:59 PST
At 2003-12-01 14:02 -0600, Dean, Tim (STP) wrote:
>My FO content for the table is below. I've sent the start-indent and
>end-indent properties to .5 inches. However, it appears like I'm getting
>an indentation of at least an inch
>Is there something special about indenting tables that I'm missing?
Yes, because these are inherited properties they are being inherited by
your table cells. Add start-indent="0pt" and resets to all of your
inherited properties to <table-body> and your cells will inherit that
You would have seen the effect had you turned on table borders for
diagnostics (something I often do during development).
I hope this helps!
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