How to manually change the width of a specific column in a table placed inside the table plus macro

How to manually change the width of a specific column in a table placed inside the table plus macro?

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If I understand your question, I struggled with this for a 13 column table.  I tried the example answer which was to add CSS to the Column attributes section suchas: style=width:50px;,style=width:50px;

But this did nothing to control my columns from collapsing and word wrapping. Over 13 column table it was a total hit and miss. 

What finally did the trick was using the min-width attribute.  Ex. style=min-width:50px;,style=min-width:70px;

If the browser window cant fit it all, then the horizontal scroll bar appears at the bottom. 

HTH.

 

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