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Table Formating

 
Tony Evans
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I have a form spread over three inner tables, the three inner tables are enclosed my a outer table.

The problem is that one of the tables the middle table has more rows in it.
This has caused a weird side effect in that the other two tables both the forms have moved to the centre of the table leaving a gap at the top of both tables.

How can I ensure that no matter how many rows a inner table has, the form data in the other two tables will start from the top, eliminating the gap.

Thanks for any help

Tony
 
Eric Pascarello
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add to the cell that contains the three tables: valign="top"
 
Tony Evans
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Thanks Eric, that worked a treat.

Cheers Tony
 
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