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From Jeremias Maerki <...@jeremias-maerki.ch>
Subject Re: Putting blocks? on the same line
Date Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:35:08 GMT
Can't you use a table with two columns?

On 10.07.2006 15:55:55 Shamem Miah wrote:
> Hi 
> I am writing a template which places two address on the same line but in
> different alignments e.g.
> template:
> 31 Samson street                                          45 gghhd
> street                        
> cambridge                                                    ohio
> e1 udd                                                         outs
> The problem is that I belive a block starts on a new line.  How can I
> specify in xsl to align some text on the left of the document and some
> text on the right whilst having them on the same line.  Does anyone have
> examples?  I have just been using blocks and it places the second
> address on a new line.  I could  use white charachters inbewteen but i'm
> sure this is unneccessary and it would not always align the right text
> if the data is dynamic.
> Thank you.

Jeremias Maerki

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