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From: the cohens <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Need help formatting accessible tables
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:13:23 -0800
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Brilliant idea, I will try it.

Thanks!

On 2/27/10, Charles Dobie <> wrote:
>...
> But why do you insist on tables? Why not make each item a paragraph
> with a hanging indent? You can control the space between the page
> numbers and the first item by inserting one or more fixed spaces
> (&nbsp;) and then tweak the value of the indent in your .css file
> until the following lines line up with the first one.
> Something like:
> p.hang {
> margin-left: 4em;
> text-indent: -4em;
> }
> Just change the "4" to whatever works for you.
>


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