Many thanks to all who answered my question. Changing the cellspacing and cellpadding values was what I was looking for, only over a large number of files. I'm trying out several programs simultaneously, and thus my frustration. Some programs open multiple files, but don't seem to recognize the cellspacing and cellpadding values. (I think they're confused by the conversions from the MS Office conversions to HTML) But that's getting off the Tables topic, so I'll save that for another note. Paul -- "For God and Country!" "Resolved: To live with all my might while I do live, and as I will wish I had lived ten thousand years from now." Jonathan Edwards -----Original Message----- From: Steve Peters [mailto:goanna at topend.com.au] Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 5:30 PM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: [thelist] Re: SPACING BETWEEN ROWS IN TABLES Paul, >From: "Villano, Paul" <VillanoP at usachcs-emh1.army.mil> > > >I have many (many!!) pages, each with a table. The spaces between rows on >virtually all of the tables is very close (looks as if there's no space >between them). What's the easiest way to insert spaces between all of the >rows of all of the tables (in HTML...no fancy CSS, XML or Server Stuff. >Grin). If, as I assume, you simply want to modify many pages of HTML at once, then I would try "HTML Merge" www.sky.net/~floersch as a simple solution. Sometimes I myself wonder why I bother with more complex templates which when a simple "find/replace" solution (within , e.g. Homesite) will do. Steve --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !