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Old 10-23-2017, 03:34 AM
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Default Autosizing image in table cell


Hey everyone, not sure if there's a solution here, but I want to be able to drop photos into the large cell on the right and have them autofit to the cell. Unfortunately Word counts that large cell as part of the top row, which has the height set to exactly 0.6 cm. So as you can see, it autosizes the image to be tiny. Is there any way to work around this while keeping the design of the table? All help much appreciated, cheers



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I don't believe there is any way short of a macro to change that behaviour.
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