Why not just place the excel file, same as you would a text file?
I'm not sure how you mean, if you mean copy and pasting like you would text it is inadequate as I need it formatted into a table. I'm sorry I'm being quite vague with my descriptions, I need it to be placed as a table for example:
So it will be Venue (Underneath will be the venue etc) and so and and so forth. (Course code/Date/Fee) and the excel information to be formatted into a table directly.
Excuse the MS paint job
I've looked at your other postings helping people with this,
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22-Feb-2013 06:11 in reply to phrogg108
Try selecting the table and set the cell insets to 0.
How do you set the cell insets to 0? I have gotten as far as having red dots?
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Cell insets are a cell property that you set either from the control panel when cells are selected, or fromthe Cell Options dialog, Text tab.
I suspect you may need some basic instruction in how to work with tables. Have you considered getting a book like Sandee Cohen's Visual QuickStart Guide to InDesign? It's the most recommended primer on the forum.
I've inserted to show you. Thank you so much for all your help Peter!
Edit: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4245916#4245916 heres the link to the questions I was following