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  1. I'm really tired of seeing my carefully-transcribed estate inventories mangled in Second Site (preferred) or Journal output. I've tried creating a formatted table in word processing, pasting it into the memo field in TMG with no joy. I output and pasted the table in RTF; also no joy. I've tried using tabs in TMG to create a decent-looking inventory which doesn't work either, especially when I use SS. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to proceed? I don't use Word, but can create docx and excel files out of Quattro Pro. However, the translation makes it difficult to proof because any output is re-translated back into the native software. Therefore, I haven't tried this methodology. If all else fails, I guess I could create the output in HTML within SS, but that would leave it out of my TMG database. This is an idea that doesn't really suit me, partly because I'm not sure about whether decimal formats are really translated accurately in HTML. I feel it necessary to apologize on my site for the way the inventories look because nothing satisfies both output formats. Regards, Leslie1899