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Word 2003 - change column widths in a table - help!

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by retroboy17, Apr 27, 2010.

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  1. retroboy17

    retroboy17 Thread Starter

    Apr 27, 2010
    Hey everyone,
    I am only familiar with the basics in Word (I am a bit better with Excel) but I have encountered a problem that I am hoping for some help with at work: I am handed over a Word 2003 document every monday morning that is roughly 5-9 pages long that consists of roughly 5-7 tables on it. All 6 tables have 6 columns with identical headings for each. Every Monday, I spend a lot of time making these into the exact same format, adjusting column widths to the exact same specs. I created a macro to make all of my adjustments but it fails when it comes time to adjust the column widths for all the tables. I would like to be able to run a macro with the columns widths to finish as follows:

    column 1: .73
    column 2: .35
    column 3: .66
    column 4: .51
    column 5: .38
    column 6: 7.56

    Please help me get to the bottom of this to save my Mondays!
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