Fri Dec 3 06:58:15 CET 2004
On Fri, 3 Dec 2004 08:39:32 +0100
Craig Bradney <cbradney at zip.com.au> wrote:
> On Friday 03 December 2004 03:41, Russ wrote:
> > I have a document that has a table of 4 columns and 28 rows.The
> > information is:
> > Name Phone # Name Phone #
> > Right now the columns are equal width. I need column 1 & 3 to be wider than
> > 2 & 4. I do not see an option for this. I can converting a club bulletin
> > from M$ to Scribus and am fairly new to scribus.
> > Any help will be appreciated!
> You can ungroup the table and edit in the cells, but honestly, do it in OO.org
> or similar and export as pdf/eps etc at high resolution. Tables need lots of
> work and they will get a reimplementation/major enhancement in 1.3
Certainly good advice, but if you still need to adjust your Scribus table, this also works:
1. Don't ungroup the table, but select one grouped cell in the column you want to adjust by double-clicking in it.
2. Change the width for that cell in the Properties Palette. This will force the entire column to the new width.
You can also adjust row height using the same method.
Steve Jacobs & Associates
Trinidad, Colorado US
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