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charliekim

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hey guys, when i keep trying to change or delete a table or cell, dreamweaver keeps telling me i encountered a fatal error. could the program be virused???

should i try reinstalling dreamweaver?

thanks
 
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Anything's possible, but I doubt any of the DM files are infected by a virus. One or more of them could be corupted. One of your system files may be corupted or infected also.

You could have spyware on your computer also.

So check for spyware, check for viruses, and reinstall dreamweaver.
 
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hi charliekim....

post the code and highlight which table (or cell) you are trying to delete.

I'll launch my version of DW and test the code to see if anything happens when I try to delete it (I assume that you are trying to delete it while in Design view, right?).

By the way.... did you try just deleting the table from within code view???
(WYSIWYG :rolleyes: yeesh :rolleyes: )

:)
 

charliekim

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<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>Reverend Stuart Clark,
Senior Pastor - Manhasset Reformed Church of America [RCA] </strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font face="Century Gothic">
<div align="left"><font size="2">Rev. Clark is currently completing
his first book, &quot;Staying Clean on the Way to the Top&quot;
featuring interviews with leaders such as Richard DeVos (Amway),
Truett Cathy (ChickFilA), Dave Moore (24/7 RealMedia), and Vic Bloede
(Chair, Benton &amp; Bowles). Along with obtaining a Masters of
Divinity, Rev. Clark's business and ministry career includes starting
or managing 17 business enterprises, planting a church in Mobile,
Alabama and finally coming to Manhasset, LI as the Senior Pastor
of the Manhasset Reformed Church of America. He is a US Army combat
veteran where he fought in Vietnam receiving two Air Medals, the
Bronze Star, the Combat Infantry Badge and &quot;a bunch of other
lettuce that came with the job.&quot; He is married 31 years, a
father and a very proud granddad. </font><br>
</div>
</font> <hr /> <center>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>David J. Moore, Chairman
and CEO - 24/7 RealMedia</strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
David Moore is a respected leader in the online advertising industry,
possessing over 20 years' experience in new media property development.
Mr. Moore has guided 24/7 RealMedia through a global expansion, including
17 offices in eight countries, and serves as a Board member of the
Internet Advertising Bureau. </p> </font> <hr /> <p>
<center>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>John Catalano, VP/GSM
Business Development, Fox Stations</strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
John is also Chairman of the Pelham Civics, head of a Men's Prayer
Group at St. Catharine's Church, Pelham, NY, and a Eucharistic Minister.
Mr. Catalano's distinguished career spans approximately three decades
in the broadcast media industry which includes USA NETWORKS, MTV
NETWORKS and NBC - STATIONS DIVISION.</font></p>
<hr/> <p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic"> <strong>Pamela Gee
is a Program Director for the AXA Foundation</strong>, the philanthropic
arm of AXA Financial, a worldwide leader in financial protection
and wealth management. In that capacity, Ms. Gee manages several
program areas under AXA Achievement - AXA's initiative to provide
youth with the advice and access necessary to succeed in college
and beyond. Prior to her work at AXA, Pamela founded The Gee Group
(TGG), a public relations firm specializing in community outreach
and economic development in the ethnic and mainstream markets. As
Managing Director, Ms. Gee provided marketing, media relations and
strategic planning expertise to a diverse clientele. From 1994-1997,
Ms. Gee served as Vice President for the Asian American Business
Development Center, a community development agency that provides
business consulting and technical assistance to Asian business owners
in the areas of capital financing, marketing, management and minority-certification.
Prior to that, Ms. Gee began her career as a pension consultant
for TIAA-CREF from 1991-1994. </font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Outside of her professional
interests, Pamela has dedicated much of her time and resources to
involvement with socially relevant and community-based organizations.
Ms. Gee currently serves in leadership positions in her church community,
social service organizations and youth organizations, including
her church, New Life Fellowship, where she has organized community
outreach efforts and developed its public relations and advertising
profile; Board member at St. Margaret's House, an independent living
facility for the elderly and disabled; and with Prep for Prep, an
academic achievement program for gifted minority children who lack
access to educational opportunities. </font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Ms. Gee graduated cum laude
from the University of Pennsylvania in May 1991 with a B.A. in East
Asian Studies and History. Pamela enjoys international travel and
gourmet cooking. </font></p>
<hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font face="Century Gothic">
<center>
<font size="2"> <strong>Jose Zeilstra - Vice President, Global Finance,
J.P. Morgan Chase </strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2"><br>
As VP, Global Finance, Ms. Zeilstra has been working with leaders
to implement large-scale change initiatives -presently transforming
the finance organization to be more global and client-focused. She
has also held other roles within JP Morgan, including Vice President
of Quality and Vice President of Global Leadership Development. </font></font>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Prior to joining J.P. Morgan,
Jose was a strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers for ten
years, working with such organizations as Bank of America, Sony
Pictures Entertainment, Delta Air Lines, Amoco Canada, NASD, Peoples
Bank of China, Industrial Bank of Japan, and the Ministry of Finance
in Indonesia. She has extensive global experience as she lived and
worked in China, Indonesia, Canada, France, The Netherlands, and
across the U.S. In 1992, she co-authored a business book on doing
business in Mexico for business leaders in the public and private
sector. Recently featured in Fortune Magazine's cover story entitled
'God and Business', Jose often speaks to business leaders on how
they can integrate their faith and work - she has lead a [email protected]
study on Wall Street and is part of several ministries focused on
finding God in the business and political realms. She holds a B.A.
in Sociology and a Masters in Business Administration. Jose Zeilstra
lives in New York City with her husband, David Kidder, and their
yellow Lab, Bella.</font></p>
<hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font face="Century Gothic">
<center>
<font size="2"> <strong>Herb Schiller, President, Foremost Manufacturing
Company </strong> </font>
</center>
<font size="2"><br>
Mr. Schiller is the owner and President of a third generation family
business that manufactures custom fabrication of lighting reflectors
for the lighting industry in Union, New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor
of Science in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from Columbia University.
Herb has been a Young Life Sponsor for 10 years (mentor program for
high school aged boys), teaches Sunday School and is involved in the
Pastoral Care ministry at his church. He is a happily married father
of two beautiful teenage daughters. </font></font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font face="Century Gothic">
<center>
<font size="2"> <strong>Nicholas De Marco, CEO &amp; Founder, Keystone
Holdings LLC </strong> </font>
</center>
<font size="2"><br>
Mr. DeMarco's distinguished track record as an executive in the fashion
industry includes directing Pierre Cardin's USA Operations from 1978-1990.
In this capacity, Mr. De Marco coordinated over 50 products including
men, women and children's apparel and accessories. Mr. De Marco is
credited with increasing sales over 160% and strengthening the Pierre
Cardin brand. Subsequent to his success at Cardin, he assumed the
role of President and C.E.O. of Halston, LLC. In 2000 Mr. De Marco
helped launched Keystone Holdings LLC ,an apparel investing company.
The firm's first acquisition was Hartstrings, an upper-end children's
apparel company. Mr. De Marco is actively involved in the community,
serving on the Board of The Bowery Mission, NYC's most successful
homeless shelter and rehabilitation facility. </font></font> <hr/>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
<strong>Anthony DiMaio, Coordinator of BOLD &amp; IPO Ministries</strong>,
Community Coach, Small Group Leader and Head of Marketplace Ministries
for New Life Fellowship, Queens, New York, is a former business owner
of a financial services PR firm that serviced NASDAQ, AMEX and international
companies for 12 years. He has been a Christian for 24 years and happily
married to his lovely wife Carol for 12. </font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font face="Century Gothic">
<center>
<font size="2"> <strong>Pastor Pete Scazzero, Senior Pastor of New
Life Fellowship, Elmhurst, Queens, New York </strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2"><br>
Pete Scazzero has received widespread recognition for building an
interracial and international church with currently more than 55 nations
represented in America's most ethnically diverse neighborhood. In
1987, Pete and Geri Scazzero founded New Life Fellowship, a flagship
congregation for an association of churches. Today the movement includes
five different congregations across New York City (four in English,
one in Spanish) and three overseas (Dominican Republic and Colombia).
A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div.,) he is
presently a Doctor of Ministry student at Eastern Baptist Theological
Seminary, Philadelphia, with a concentration in marriage and family.
He is also a former staff member of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
Pete has authored and co-authored several books including Love: Key
to Building Healthy Relationships, Introducing Jesus, New Life In
Christ and Christian Character and Christian Disciplines. </font></font>
<hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
<strong>Rev James C. Woodley is Director of Training at AXA Advisors,
Inc. in New York, NY</strong>, responsible for the internal training
of over 80 employees. Mr. Woodley has been with AXA Advisors since
August of 1999, prior to that he was with Nathan &amp; Lewis Securities,
Inc. for 16 years, where he held several managerial positions. </font><font face="Century Gothic">
<p><font size="2">Mr. Woodley is an ordained Baptist minister, is
a member of the Goodwill Baptist Church, Bronx, NY, where he serves
as the Assistant to the Pastor (Rev. Dr. Booker T. Sears, Jr.) He
also serves as Director of Youth Ministry, Bible Class Facilitator,
and a member of the Internship Ministry at Goodwill. Rev. Woodley
is also serving as an intern at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Hackensack,
NJ, under the leadership of Senior Pastor Rev. Gregory J. Jackson.
Rev. Woodley is a graduate of The College of New Rochelle with a
BA in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in Religious Studies, and
is currently a student at Drew University Theological Seminary where
he is studying to complete the Master of Divinity Program. After
he completes his Master's in December 2004, he plans to continue
his education by pursuing a Doctorate in Ministry.</font></p>
<p><font size="2">He has a great passion for teaching and discussing
the Word of God, as well as learning more about God. He has served
as the first President of the John L. Scott Associate Minister's
Division of the United Missionary Baptist Association, with membership
of over 100 Bronx and Manhattan churches (Rev. Dr. Nelson C. Dukes,
Sr. - Moderator). He has also been a member of The Minister's Conference
of Greater New York City and Vicinity. He also currently serves
as a member of the Community Board #3, Bronx, NY and a Mentor for
the Inroads Program at AXA Advisors, LLC (AXA Client Solutions).
Rev. Woodley has also recently received an acknowledgement from
the Bronx Borough President's office, Adolfo Carrion, for his involvement
with youth and internships.</font></p>
</font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font size="2">
<center>
<font face="Century Gothic"><strong>Vaughn Weimer, CFP, Senior Portfolio
Manager - Fiduciary Counsel, Inc. </strong></font>
</center>
</font> <font face="Century Gothic"><font size="2"><br>
Vaughn has been working in Manhattan since 1977, and in the financial
services industry since 1984. He has held the titles of Manager, Managing
Director, Artistic Director and President &amp; CEO in his corporate
career. He is also a husband and father of three boys. Vaughn joined
the BOLD Steering Committee in 1990, BOLD's second year of existence.
</font></font> <hr/> <div align="left"><font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
</font><font size="2">
<center>
<font face="Century Gothic"><strong>Vernon Outlaw , Managing Director,
Utendahl Group </strong></font>
</center>
</font> <font face="Century Gothic"><font size="2"><br>
As Managing Director and head of fixed income for the Utendahl Group,
the premier African-American owned, full-service financial services
boutique located in New York City, Mr. Outlaw is a 'fixture' of
the Wall Street community with 22 years experience--having worked
with many prestigious firms such as Salomon Brothers and L.F. Rothschild.
He and his wonderful wife live in New Jersey and have four children,
ranging in age from seven to eighteen. He is a member of Abundant
Life Worship Center of Whippany, New Jersey. Vernon received his
Bachelors of Arts from Columbia University.</font></font> </div>
<hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
<strong>Antonio Rivera, Asst. Commissioner, NYC Department of Housing
Preservation &amp; Development</strong>, has worked for the City and
State of New York and for over twenty years, has Poli Sci, Education
and Social Science degrees from the State University College at Old
Westbury, is married to Angela and has three sons. In the aftermath
of the World Trade Center tragedy, through his position as Asst. Commissioner,
Antonio organized the Clergy Crisis Response Program to certify local
clergy as professional grief counselors. Mr. Rivera also co-hosted
two radio talk shows and was elected to two terms as a member of Community
School Board #44 in East Harlem and 5 terms as District Leader in
the 68th Assembly District and was a member of Community Board #11
in East Harlem for 10 years. </font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic">&nbsp;
</font><font face="Century Gothic">&nbsp;</font> <p><font face="Century Gothic">
<center>
<font size="2"> <strong>Doug Nielson, - Vice President, Global
Network Strategy and Solutions </strong></font>
</center>
<font size="2"><br>
Over 17 years experience in the electronic payments industry, and
15 years working for American Express in Phoenix, New York and London.
Currently holds the position of Vice President, Global Network Strategy
and Solutions in the Global Establishment Services Division of American
Express. Started career as junior high history and mathematics instructor
in Washington State and also worked on staff for Young Life, a non-denominational
outreach to junior and senior high school kids. He has a Masters
of International Management from Thunderbird, the American Graduate
School of International Management, with Honors, came to Christ
through the ministry of Young Life in 1972, has been married for
6 &frac12; years and lives in Cranbury, New Jersey. Acting Chair
of Young Life Adult Committee in Mid-Jersey. Coordinating the Adult
Education Curriculum at Princeton Christian and Missionary Alliance
Church</font></font></p>
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this code used to display in the center of the screen, but all of a sudden it's on the left hand column for some reason. i never touched it before...
 

charliekim

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i'm just trying to move a table to another position by dragging.. that also causes the fatal exception error..
 
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This is only one table with one row and one column. Where are you trying to move it? You can't move it if you don't have a place for it even if you try, however you should not be getting those errors. I would run norton and spybot first, then try reinstalling dreamweaver if that doesn't work, however make sure everything is out of your registry before you reinstall.
 
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hi charliekim....


The <table> tag is set to 100%.....
so aside from this (in your <td> tag):

width="596" height="85"

...there is nothing wrong with your table.

Pick which you want to keep (percentage or fixed-width) and delete the other attribute (but definitely delete the height attribute regardless)

Plus.... I would need to see the code of the whole page to determine where the table fits into the structure of the page.
(if it is no longer centered.... then there is something above it in the code that is moving it).

Also.... you need to understand that tables can't really be moved around (dragged).... since they display in accordance with their place within the structure of the page (top to bottom) as it is written.
You will need to nest tables inside of positioned <DIV> containers in order to have them be able to move freely within the page (and even then.... you will need to have flexible width attributes).
And in reality.... the table can be replaced with a <DIV> anyway... although I'm not even gonna go there !!! :eek: LOL
Can you post the code for the whole page?

Otherwise... all I can guess is that DW is not responding well to having a table dragged within the WYSIWYG window.

Post all the code if you can....
there's just not enough to go by here
(and I don't think that there is anything wrong with DW. I'd guess that it's probably a problem somewhere within the page's code itself)

:)
 

charliekim

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as you can see the text on the bottom is in the left column but it should be in the middle white empty space.


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Mission Statement</u></font></a>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp <a href="#History"><font color="4db8dc" face="century gothic" size="2"><u>
A Brief History</u></font></a>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp <a href="#preaching"><font color="4db8dc" face="century gothic" size="2"><u>
BOLD Preaching Team</u></font></a>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp <a href="#speakers"><font color="4db8dc" face="century gothic" size="2"><u>
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<b>"Present and Represent Jesus in the Marketplace"</b>
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<a name="history"><b>A Brief History</b></a> </font></p>
<p align="left"><font color="black" face="century gothic" size=2>In
1989, Hal Rich and Walter Moodie created BOLD Ministry. It was based
on a weekly bible study at Great St. Helens at Bishop's Gate in
London, England. Rev. Dick Lucas, the rector of Great St. Helens,
would give weekly half-hour bible studies with followup the next
morning. Mr. Walter Moodie, who was saved in England and here in
New York City on assignment with the Royal Bank of Canada, along
with Hal Rich patterned the mission of BOLD Ministry on this bible
study in London.<br>
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During that first year in 1989, BOLD weekly bible studies were taught
only at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church located at Park Avenue
and 50th Street.The following year BOLD Downtown was established
at Trinity Church located at Broadway and Wall Street. BOLD Downtown
would eventually relocate to St.Paul's Chapel at Broadway and Fulton
Street. And in 1998, BOLD Stamford in Connecticut was established.<br>
<br>
Our current season, which attempts to study an entire book of the
bible, extends from mid-September through June of each year with
a recess during the months of July and August.</font></p>
<p><font color="black" face="century gothic" size=2><B>BOLD</B> (<B>B</B>usiness
<B>O</B>utreach <B>L</B>ord <B>D</B>irected) Ministry is a non-profit
inter-denominational outreach which gives adult consideration to
the teachings of Jesus Christ. We meet weekly to explore these teachings
and ask how they are relevant to us today; in our careers, our family
lives and our relationships.</font></p>
<p><font color="black" face="century gothic" size=2>Our BOLD season
extends from mid-September through the end of June. We study a book
of the bible from start to finish during those 10 months. The same
message is preached in TWO New York City locations and in Stamford,
CT.</font></p>
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<p align="left"><font color="black" face="Century Gothic" size=2>We
are truly blessed and privileged to include the following pastors
as part of our 2001-2002 Preaching Team:</font></p>
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<b>Rev. Tim Keller</b><br>
Redeemer Presbyterian Church<br>
271 Madison Avenue<br>
New York, NY 10016<br>
(212) 808-4460<br>
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<td><font size="2" color="black" face="century gothic"> <b>Rev.
Bill Tully</b><br>
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church<br>
109 East 50th Street<br>
New York, NY 10022<br>
(212) 378-0200<br>
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<b>Rev. Michel Faulkner</b><br>
Central Baptist Church<br>
166 West 92nd Street<br>
New York, NY 10025<br>
(212) 724-4004<br>
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<td> <font size="2" color="black" face="century gothic"> <b>Rev.
Victor Nazario</b><br>
Calvary Christian Fellowship<br>
236 West 116 Street, 2nd Floor<br>
New York, NY 10026<br>
(212) 662-1113<br>
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<b>Rev. Pete Scazzero</b><br>
New Life Fellowship<br>
82-10 Queens Blvd<br>
Elmhurst, NY 11373<br>
(718) 424-0122<br>
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<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>Reverend Stuart Clark,
Senior Pastor - Manhasset Reformed Church of America [RCA] </strong></font>
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<div align="left"><font size="2">Rev. Clark is currently completing
his first book, &quot;Staying Clean on the Way to the Top&quot;
featuring interviews with leaders such as Richard DeVos (Amway),
Truett Cathy (ChickFilA), Dave Moore (24/7 RealMedia), and Vic Bloede
(Chair, Benton &amp; Bowles). Along with obtaining a Masters of
Divinity, Rev. Clark's business and ministry career includes starting
or managing 17 business enterprises, planting a church in Mobile,
Alabama and finally coming to Manhasset, LI as the Senior Pastor
of the Manhasset Reformed Church of America. He is a US Army combat
veteran where he fought in Vietnam receiving two Air Medals, the
Bronze Star, the Combat Infantry Badge and &quot;a bunch of other
lettuce that came with the job.&quot; He is married 31 years, a
father and a very proud granddad. </font><br>
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<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>David J. Moore, Chairman
and CEO - 24/7 RealMedia</strong></font>
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David Moore is a respected leader in the online advertising industry,
possessing over 20 years' experience in new media property development.
Mr. Moore has guided 24/7 RealMedia through a global expansion, including
17 offices in eight countries, and serves as a Board member of the
Internet Advertising Bureau. </p> </font> <hr /> <p>
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<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><strong>John Catalano, VP/GSM
Business Development, Fox Stations</strong></font>
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John is also Chairman of the Pelham Civics, head of a Men's Prayer
Group at St. Catharine's Church, Pelham, NY, and a Eucharistic Minister.
Mr. Catalano's distinguished career spans approximately three decades
in the broadcast media industry which includes USA NETWORKS, MTV
NETWORKS and NBC - STATIONS DIVISION.</font></p>
<hr/> <p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic"> <strong>Pamela Gee
is a Program Director for the AXA Foundation</strong>, the philanthropic
arm of AXA Financial, a worldwide leader in financial protection
and wealth management. In that capacity, Ms. Gee manages several
program areas under AXA Achievement - AXA's initiative to provide
youth with the advice and access necessary to succeed in college
and beyond. Prior to her work at AXA, Pamela founded The Gee Group
(TGG), a public relations firm specializing in community outreach
and economic development in the ethnic and mainstream markets. As
Managing Director, Ms. Gee provided marketing, media relations and
strategic planning expertise to a diverse clientele. From 1994-1997,
Ms. Gee served as Vice President for the Asian American Business
Development Center, a community development agency that provides
business consulting and technical assistance to Asian business owners
in the areas of capital financing, marketing, management and minority-certification.
Prior to that, Ms. Gee began her career as a pension consultant
for TIAA-CREF from 1991-1994. </font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Outside of her professional
interests, Pamela has dedicated much of her time and resources to
involvement with socially relevant and community-based organizations.
Ms. Gee currently serves in leadership positions in her church community,
social service organizations and youth organizations, including
her church, New Life Fellowship, where she has organized community
outreach efforts and developed its public relations and advertising
profile; Board member at St. Margaret's House, an independent living
facility for the elderly and disabled; and with Prep for Prep, an
academic achievement program for gifted minority children who lack
access to educational opportunities. </font></p>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Ms. Gee graduated cum laude
from the University of Pennsylvania in May 1991 with a B.A. in East
Asian Studies and History. Pamela enjoys international travel and
gourmet cooking. </font></p>
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<font size="2"> <strong>Jose Zeilstra - Vice President, Global Finance,
J.P. Morgan Chase </strong></font>
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As VP, Global Finance, Ms. Zeilstra has been working with leaders
to implement large-scale change initiatives -presently transforming
the finance organization to be more global and client-focused. She
has also held other roles within JP Morgan, including Vice President
of Quality and Vice President of Global Leadership Development. </font></font>
<p><font size="2" face="Century Gothic">Prior to joining J.P. Morgan,
Jose was a strategy consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers for ten
years, working with such organizations as Bank of America, Sony
Pictures Entertainment, Delta Air Lines, Amoco Canada, NASD, Peoples
Bank of China, Industrial Bank of Japan, and the Ministry of Finance
in Indonesia. She has extensive global experience as she lived and
worked in China, Indonesia, Canada, France, The Netherlands, and
across the U.S. In 1992, she co-authored a business book on doing
business in Mexico for business leaders in the public and private
sector. Recently featured in Fortune Magazine's cover story entitled
'God and Business', Jose often speaks to business leaders on how
they can integrate their faith and work - she has lead a [email protected]
study on Wall Street and is part of several ministries focused on
finding God in the business and political realms. She holds a B.A.
in Sociology and a Masters in Business Administration. Jose Zeilstra
lives in New York City with her husband, David Kidder, and their
yellow Lab, Bella.</font></p>
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<font size="2"> <strong>Herb Schiller, President, Foremost Manufacturing
Company </strong> </font>
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Mr. Schiller is the owner and President of a third generation family
business that manufactures custom fabrication of lighting reflectors
for the lighting industry in Union, New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor
of Science in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from Columbia University.
Herb has been a Young Life Sponsor for 10 years (mentor program for
high school aged boys), teaches Sunday School and is involved in the
Pastoral Care ministry at his church. He is a happily married father
of two beautiful teenage daughters. </font></font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
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<font size="2"> <strong>Nicholas De Marco, CEO &amp; Founder, Keystone
Holdings LLC </strong> </font>
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Mr. DeMarco's distinguished track record as an executive in the fashion
industry includes directing Pierre Cardin's USA Operations from 1978-1990.
In this capacity, Mr. De Marco coordinated over 50 products including
men, women and children's apparel and accessories. Mr. De Marco is
credited with increasing sales over 160% and strengthening the Pierre
Cardin brand. Subsequent to his success at Cardin, he assumed the
role of President and C.E.O. of Halston, LLC. In 2000 Mr. De Marco
helped launched Keystone Holdings LLC ,an apparel investing company.
The firm's first acquisition was Hartstrings, an upper-end children's
apparel company. Mr. De Marco is actively involved in the community,
serving on the Board of The Bowery Mission, NYC's most successful
homeless shelter and rehabilitation facility. </font></font> <hr/>
<font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
<strong>Anthony DiMaio, Coordinator of BOLD &amp; IPO Ministries</strong>,
Community Coach, Small Group Leader and Head of Marketplace Ministries
for New Life Fellowship, Queens, New York, is a former business owner
of a financial services PR firm that serviced NASDAQ, AMEX and international
companies for 12 years. He has been a Christian for 24 years and happily
married to his lovely wife Carol for 12. </font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic"><br>
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<font size="2"> <strong>Pastor Pete Scazzero, Senior Pastor of New
Life Fellowship, Elmhurst, Queens, New York </strong></font>
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<font size="2"><br>
Pete Scazzero has received widespread recognition for building an
interracial and international church with currently more than 55 nations
represented in America's most ethnically diverse neighborhood. In
1987, Pete and Geri Scazzero founded New Life Fellowship, a flagship
congregation for an association of churches. Today the movement includes
five different congregations across New York City (four in English,
one in Spanish) and three overseas (Dominican Republic and Colombia).
A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div.,) he is
presently a Doctor of Ministry student at Eastern Baptist Theological
Seminary, Philadelphia, with a concentration in marriage and family.
He is also a former staff member of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
Pete has authored and co-authored several books including Love: Key
to Building Healthy Relationships, Introducing Jesus, New Life In
Christ and Christian Character and Christian Disciplines. </font></font>
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<strong>Rev James C. Woodley is Director of Training at AXA Advisors,
Inc. in New York, NY</strong>, responsible for the internal training
of over 80 employees. Mr. Woodley has been with AXA Advisors since
August of 1999, prior to that he was with Nathan &amp; Lewis Securities,
Inc. for 16 years, where he held several managerial positions. </font><font face="Century Gothic">
<p><font size="2">Mr. Woodley is an ordained Baptist minister, is
a member of the Goodwill Baptist Church, Bronx, NY, where he serves
as the Assistant to the Pastor (Rev. Dr. Booker T. Sears, Jr.) He
also serves as Director of Youth Ministry, Bible Class Facilitator,
and a member of the Internship Ministry at Goodwill. Rev. Woodley
is also serving as an intern at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Hackensack,
NJ, under the leadership of Senior Pastor Rev. Gregory J. Jackson.
Rev. Woodley is a graduate of The College of New Rochelle with a
BA in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in Religious Studies, and
is currently a student at Drew University Theological Seminary where
he is studying to complete the Master of Divinity Program. After
he completes his Master's in December 2004, he plans to continue
his education by pursuing a Doctorate in Ministry.</font></p>
<p><font size="2">He has a great passion for teaching and discussing
the Word of God, as well as learning more about God. He has served
as the first President of the John L. Scott Associate Minister's
Division of the United Missionary Baptist Association, with membership
of over 100 Bronx and Manhattan churches (Rev. Dr. Nelson C. Dukes,
Sr. - Moderator). He has also been a member of The Minister's Conference
of Greater New York City and Vicinity. He also currently serves
as a member of the Community Board #3, Bronx, NY and a Mentor for
the Inroads Program at AXA Advisors, LLC (AXA Client Solutions).
Rev. Woodley has also recently received an acknowledgement from
the Bronx Borough President's office, Adolfo Carrion, for his involvement
with youth and internships.</font></p>
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<font face="Century Gothic"><strong>Vaughn Weimer, CFP, Senior Portfolio
Manager - Fiduciary Counsel, Inc. </strong></font>
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Vaughn has been working in Manhattan since 1977, and in the financial
services industry since 1984. He has held the titles of Manager, Managing
Director, Artistic Director and President &amp; CEO in his corporate
career. He is also a husband and father of three boys. Vaughn joined
the BOLD Steering Committee in 1990, BOLD's second year of existence.
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<font face="Century Gothic"><strong>Vernon Outlaw , Managing Director,
Utendahl Group </strong></font>
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As Managing Director and head of fixed income for the Utendahl Group,
the premier African-American owned, full-service financial services
boutique located in New York City, Mr. Outlaw is a 'fixture' of
the Wall Street community with 22 years experience--having worked
with many prestigious firms such as Salomon Brothers and L.F. Rothschild.
He and his wonderful wife live in New Jersey and have four children,
ranging in age from seven to eighteen. He is a member of Abundant
Life Worship Center of Whippany, New Jersey. Vernon received his
Bachelors of Arts from Columbia University.</font></font> </div>
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<strong>Antonio Rivera, Asst. Commissioner, NYC Department of Housing
Preservation &amp; Development</strong>, has worked for the City and
State of New York and for over twenty years, has Poli Sci, Education
and Social Science degrees from the State University College at Old
Westbury, is married to Angela and has three sons. In the aftermath
of the World Trade Center tragedy, through his position as Asst. Commissioner,
Antonio organized the Clergy Crisis Response Program to certify local
clergy as professional grief counselors. Mr. Rivera also co-hosted
two radio talk shows and was elected to two terms as a member of Community
School Board #44 in East Harlem and 5 terms as District Leader in
the 68th Assembly District and was a member of Community Board #11
in East Harlem for 10 years. </font> <hr/> <font size="2" face="Century Gothic">&nbsp;
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<font size="2"> <strong>Doug Nielson, - Vice President, Global
Network Strategy and Solutions </strong></font>
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<font size="2"><br>
Over 17 years experience in the electronic payments industry, and
15 years working for American Express in Phoenix, New York and London.
Currently holds the position of Vice President, Global Network Strategy
and Solutions in the Global Establishment Services Division of American
Express. Started career as junior high history and mathematics instructor
in Washington State and also worked on staff for Young Life, a non-denominational
outreach to junior and senior high school kids. He has a Masters
of International Management from Thunderbird, the American Graduate
School of International Management, with Honors, came to Christ
through the ministry of Young Life in 1972, has been married for
6 &frac12; years and lives in Cranbury, New Jersey. Acting Chair
of Young Life Adult Committee in Mid-Jersey. Coordinating the Adult
Education Curriculum at Princeton Christian and Missionary Alliance
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I had a feeling that this was part of a bunch of nested tables (that's why DW was objecting
so much when you attempted to move stuff :eek: )

I found some problems already...
but it will take some time to make sure that I have the nested-table structure figured-out
before I can fix it for you.

I'll try to do it later today (or after dinner... if I get the chance).

It's fixable... although painful.....
and that is why nested tables are such a pain in the @ss

I'll bail you out this time....
but no more nested-table fixes for you after this one ;)

stay tuned :)
 

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but is that the cause of the fatal exception error that i get. somehow i have a feeling that it's a deeper issue than nested tables.. but then again we would have to wait and see, right..

thanks for all your help people.
 
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but is that the cause of the fatal exception error that i get
If I can see that your nested-table structure is wrong....
DW can see it also.

I am going to fix it manually.
You are asking DW to do it via WYSIWYG.... and since it is already messed-up...... any attempt
to move stuff around even more.... is causing DW to blow it's mind!!! :eek:

No fear charliekim......
this is a code issue.....
not a DW issue.

till later :)
 

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Eventhough i walk through the valley of the shadow of death, i will fear no evil..

thanks for checking out my code. can you tell me exactly what was fixed so that i may also learn from it.

thanks...
 
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Originally posted by charliekim:
can you tell me exactly what was fixed so that i may also learn from it.
absolutely :)

but it looks like I won't be able to do anything with it until sometime after 7pm....
so don't hold your breath until then, ok ;) LOL

but I'll document all of the lines that I change so that you can see what was causing the errors.

ciao for now :)
 
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