You made a global table ... that's what i don't want ;)

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Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 11:58 AM
Subject: Re: How to have two tables inline ?


>
> i do this:
>
>
> <fo:table>
>                <fo:table-column column-width="7.5cm"/>
>                <fo:table-column column-width="9.5cm"/>
>                <fo:table-body>
>                  <fo:table-row>
>                    <fo:table-cell height="7cm" border-right-style="solid"
> border-right-width="0.5pt">
>                      <fo:block>
>                      <fo:table>
>                        <fo:table-column column-width="4cm"/>
>                        <fo:table-column column-width="1.5cm"/>
>                        <fo:table-column column-width="2cm"/>
>                        <fo:table-body>
>                          <fo:table-row>
>                            <fo:table-cell>
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arialbd" font-size="
> 8pt" font-weight="bold" margin-left="2pt">
>                                 <xsl:value-of select="xxxxx"/>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                            <fo:table-cell>
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arial"
font-size="7pt"
> text-align="end">
>                                 <xsl:text>yyyyyyyyy:</xsl:text>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                            <fo:table-cell padding-right="2pt">
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arial"
font-size="7pt"
> text-align="end" padding-right="2pt">
>                                 <xsl:value-of
select="//External_References
> [@Name=yyyyyy']/@Code"/>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                          </fo:table-row>
>                          <fo:table-row>
>                            <fo:table-cell>
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arial"
font-size="7pt"
> margin-left="2pt">
>                                 <xsl:value-of select="//Country"/>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                            <fo:table-cell>
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arial"
font-size="7pt"
> text-align="end">
>                                 <xsl:text>uuuuuuuuu:</xsl:text>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                            <fo:table-cell>
>                               <fo:block font-family="Arial"
font-size="7pt"
> text-align="end" padding-right="2pt">
>                                 <xsl:value-of
select="//External_References
> [@Name='uuuuuuuuu']/@Code"/>
>                               </fo:block>
>                            </fo:table-cell>
>                          </fo:table-row>
>                        </fo:table-body>
>                      </fo:table>
>                      </fo:block>
>                    </fo:table-cell>
>                    <fo:table-cell>
>                    </fo:table-cell>
>                  </fo:table-row>
>                </fo:table-body>
>              </fo:table>
>
>
>
> Jochen Maes
> EDP departement
> Programmeur
>
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> 1080 Brussel
>
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