At 2004-05-06 15:39 +0200, mustapha maalej wrote:
>i have a problem with 2 tables .
>why kann i write 2 tables horizontal beside each
Because tables are block-level constructs and the allocation area for a
block-level construct is as wide as its parent area ... so two successive
block-level constructs are adjacent in the block-progression direction and
you want them adjacent in the inline-progression direction.
To accomplish what you need, use a list construct with one table in the
list item label and the other table in the list item body, or nest your two
tables as two cells in a surrounding table. In both these cases you are
introducing new parent areas that are beside each other in the
inline-progression direction and then putting your tables inside of these.
I hope this helps.
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