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    Default Table reverts to old style after using Update Sheet List Table option

    Hi All,

    After creating a table style and using it to make a table, I tweaked it up some more - like clicking on a cell in the heading row and giving it a bigger margin since I'm using a heavier pen weight for the text. I'm using this table as drawing index for my sheet set and this is where my problem begins.

    After making some changes to my dwg package/sheet set, I update the table by choosing 'Update Sheet List Table' from the pop menu. The data is updated however the table presentation reverts back to how the original style was set. How do keep the table from changing? Is there a way that I can create or modify a style by simply choosing a table after changing how it looks?

    Thanks in advance,
    R

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    Default Re: Table reverts to old style after using Update Sheet List Table option

    Hi

    As far as I know, you have encountered an issue / problem with updating Tables that has not yet been addressed / fixed by Autodesk.

    If I am wrong on this matter OR there is workaround available, I would very much like to be corrected, shown.

    Have a good one, Mike

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