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Hi Craig,

We are developing a prototype and are using the device simulator for this. We have developed an ASP application as part of this and this contains a table with 4 columns. When we view this page in internet explorer on the computer the columns are properly aligned and perfect. But in the BlackBerry device simulator's browser, the columns are not aligned properly at all. Each column just takes the length of the contents in it. Is there any way out.

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I'm not sure. If you are using WML, try using HTML or cHTML instead as they may provide better formatting options.

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