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Expanding table, rows and columns

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I can make my table grow in rows or columns but not in both, when i add a row it will not add the column i have just added and the colum will not include the row i have just added.

does any one know what script i need so the addInstance knows whan i have added a new row or column.

thanks.

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I have had a look and here is what I have come up with. Each time you add a row or a colum you are chnaging the som expression that is used to add the next row or column. I added a for loop around each call to add the columns/rows as required.

Is this what you were looking for? See the attached file

Paul

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Can you post your sample so we may have a look?

Paul

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I have had a look and here is what I have come up with. Each time you add a row or a colum you are chnaging the som expression that is used to add the next row or column. I added a for loop around each call to add the columns/rows as required.

Is this what you were looking for? See the attached file

Paul

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many thanks for that, been trying to work it out for weeks.

Cheers

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