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Why the left edge of an inserted table is out "text boundary" by default?




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Hi Jamal,

That is done so that the text in the cell aligns with the text boundary, after allowing for the internal cell margins. If you change the internal cell margins to 0 (Table Tools > Layout > Properties > Table > Options), the edges of the table (and the text) will both align with the text boundary.
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Hi Jamal,

That is done so that the text in the cell aligns with the text boundary, after allowing for the internal cell margins. If you change the internal cell margins to 0 (Table Tools > Layout > Properties > Table > Options), the edges of the table (and the text) will both align with the text boundary.
Thanx Paul. it works

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