The way Confluence has set my defaults on my wiki's table forces it off the page by about half another screen. Is there a way I can either assign widths to my columns or affect the text (without having to manually install wraps, I have over 100 rows) so that I could control the width of each column?
Unfortunately, I don't think you can assign widths to columns in confluence. Please see this bug filed here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-1398
Another user had a similar issue on this forum (see here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/24705/basic-table-formatting-in-confluence-4-0) and a workaround that was suggested was to use sections and columns to create a table structure and set widths on the columns there....
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