You are accessing the Documents editor. If you open or import a Microsoft® Word .DOC file, create a table in the document, and then set the row height for a table cell to a value greater than 10, why does the table look abnormal?
For example, additional cells appear to exist, but these additional cells are not truly cells that can have text entered into them. Similar display issues may occur when using tables in a word processing document.
This issue was reported to Lotus software Quality Engineering and is currently under investigation. You can work around this issue by keeping the height of the table row below 10.
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