2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 22, 2008 5:06 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Excel Sheet to DW CS3

    Bosoxtr
      I am copying and using "paste into" to add and MS data sheet into DW. Unfortunately the process creates a table in DW that is twice the size required, 1400 pixels vs 700. How may I reduce the size of the table in DW?

      Gordon Jackson
        • 1. Re: Excel Sheet to DW CS3
          Level 7
          Why is the table larger?

          Are you on Mac, or PC?

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          "wycn" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:gimes2$dql$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          >I am copying and using "paste into" to add and MS data sheet into DW.
          > Unfortunately the process creates a table in DW that is twice the size
          > required, 1400 pixels vs 700. How may I reduce the size of the table in
          > DW?
          >
          > Gordon Jackson
          >

          • 2. Re: Excel Sheet to DW CS3
            Level 7
            wycn wrote:
            > I am copying and using "paste into" to add and MS data sheet into DW.
            > Unfortunately the process creates a table in DW that is twice the size
            > required, 1400 pixels vs 700. How may I reduce the size of the table in DW?
            >
            > Gordon Jackson

            One option (which may not be that great) is to Save As HTML from within
            Excel, then open up the resulting page in Dreamweaver and run the clean
            up html command to strip out the rubbish. It may create more work for
            you depending on the results.

            Dooza
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