Can't find "Specify height" command for rows in table
Thread poster: neilmac

neilmac  Identity Verified
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Oct 22, 2017

I use WF Classic. I often have to translate documents containing tables and I keep getting the message: "“Some rows in this table have a fixed height. This can slow down segmentation.”
On another WF help forum, I saw the suggestion to untick the "Specify height" box. However, I am unable to find this option. Is it available in WF Classic, or only in the other versions?


 

Adrien Esparron
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Did you try in the original doc? Oct 22, 2017

neilmac wrote:

I saw the suggestion to untick the "Specify height" box. However, I am unable to find this option.



I'm maybe wrong, but it seems you have to do it in the source file? You should find it in the table settings (depends of your MS Word (or else) version).

Hope this helps!


 

Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Do it in Word Oct 22, 2017

This is a function of Word. Click the table and specify row height at least.

 

neilmac  Identity Verified
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Thanks for that Oct 22, 2017

Heinrich Pesch wrote:

This is a function of Word. Click the table and specify row height at least.


Cheers Heinrich. It turns out the box was unticked already, but a least now I know where to find it!


 


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