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Old 10-01-2014, 02:40 AM
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I would like to have an excel table in my visio 2013 drawing. Inserting the table and entering data works fine so far. Even the font is okay (see 1. attachment). Howerver, when I leave the excel table visio converts the excel table into an ugly unreadble table (see 2. attachment). I searched the internet but had no luck finding a solution to my problem. What am I doing wrong?
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