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This sounds like an issue that's been covered in the forums before. Basically it happens when the table as a whole has been select. If you click and drag to select all the cells in the table, then apply the conditional tag, there shouldn't be any problems with the rest of the content.
See snippet #69 on Peter Grainge's site
Remember, nested HTML tags must be properly formed. That is, X-CONDITION TABLE /TABLE /CONDITION would work fine, but X-CONDITION TABLE /CONDITION /TABLE might not. Also, the WYSIWYG selection might or might not have captured an important closing paragraph mark.
Things to consider.
Thanks a lot for your help (and the quick responses)! The suggestion to mark only the cells within the table (and not the whole table, itself) worked to fix this! Also, thank you for the reference to the Snippits... They'll be helpful, too!