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Default Plain text table style issue[?]

Oki....I got an issue here which I'm having greate difficulties to solv. I would like to dynamically generate a XSL that should give me formatted text as plain text. Example on desired output:

This is a message in plain text.

Column1 Column2 Column3
Data1 DataDataData2 Data3

Regards
Mr.X

So I need to define the width of the columns at runtime as the column name/data content will differ in each instanse.
I got a XSL, which handles the ordinary text perfectly, but when I want to formatt text in a table style everything gets messy. I would like to add some functionality to my exsisting XSL, which makes it possible to determine the maximum column width to be used to align the text correctly.

I desperately need some help on this one!!
Thanks in advance!





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