I have used a table for one of my hubs on Supplier Satisfaction Survey Questionnaire and I find that I am unable to re-size the columns. Is there a way of changing the size of columns, like in the case of our excel sheets? It would greatly help, since the length of my hub is quite long because of the questions running into multiple lines.
Just to let you know what I am talking about, take a look at the hub to understand the problem: http://saviodawson.hubpages.com/hub/Sup … stionnaire
Appreciate your response!
Thanks for the response World Religion! The equal width is the problem... If I could get to have the second column a little wider, then the page length would greatly reduce...
Anyways, like many things on hubpages, I have to live with this one too, I guess..
I'm sorry about that, Savio! Hopefully we can change that in the future.
The width of the columns cannot be physically changed but it will change depending on how many columns you have and how much text is in each particular cell.
Incidentally in my case the number of columns and the text in the column is high, and that is what brings about the challenge.... Anyways, appears that there is no solution to it currently but now that we have raised it, we should have a solution in the future....
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