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pauleckler,

You wrote, (I then add the italics code, but you can also code for bold instead of italics by subsituting b for the i.)

Beside using <b>for bold</b>, you can also use <tt>to show a fix-spaced (usually a courier) font</tt>. Also there's the code <pre> that can be used for embedded tables like:
<pre>
Column A Column B
A 1
B 2
C 3
Total: 6
</pre>

There... Now who can guess how I managed to show the various HTML formatting tokens without any embedded spaces?

- Joel
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