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Old 05-28-2011, 11:29 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by dwig View Post
Personally, I think the problem arises from the original book's use of a table for verbose paragraphs of information. Attempting to follow their misstep is leading to grief.

You might consider a layout that is something more in the form of an outline or bullet list yielding copy with a linear flow.
That's what I've been asking for. Got any suggestions on how to do it without having to repeat the headers for every row item?
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