The html tables are exported assigning equal width for each column, even though the original html table's columns have a different width. Is there any work around this? Right now I have to export to a word and a pdf documents and print the pages from each file that look acceptable.
I've tried using both of the following and niether, either individually or combined, have made any diference. I can't see anything in the user info that helps, and I have tried both to find it and use what's there.
/*A4-sized pages in landscape orientation are 297 mm wide by 210 mm long*/
size: 297mm 210mm;
width: auto !important;
Does anyone else have any advice on how to get tables to print properly? I'm also using a two column layout added from the Page Layout button, this also doesn't work.
Some other layout properties such as margins may cause the tables to come out in portrait on landscape pages (especially when you're switching to landscape for tables). Try experimenting with margins, etc.
You can force column widths by placing discreet characters such as underscores, coloured to match the shading, in the header boxes after the header text.
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