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That's weird! I started a new table and the same thing happened.


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1 hour ago, Peg11 said:

If you make the font size smaller this doesn't happen.

Sorry, this method does not work. The last row lengthens with each edition of the table indefinitely...

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That used top happen in the previous version 1 7  058 and it was well documented. It hasn't happened for me in the new version but it did happen when I opened your file in the new version so I assume there is something in the table that makes this happen. What happens when you create a new table in the new version 1 7 0 128?


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24 minutes ago, MickRose said:

That used top happen in the previous version 1 7  058 and it was well documented. It hasn't happened for me in the new version but it did happen when I opened your file in the new version so I assume there is something in the table that makes this happen. What happens when you create a new table in the new version 1 7 0 128?

Actually! The new table created in the new version 1.7.0.128 is good! Nothing strange is happening :)

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