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I know what you mean, I think the problem is that most of the people are too busy dealing with professional websites to help so don't judge too harshly.Looking at your post, there might be something you can do using xsl:for-each.You could create a variable which you update inside the xsl:for-each statement (in this case xsl:for-each select="table"). I'm still quite new to xsl so don't blame me if it doesn't work, but I think I've replied to more posts in here than a lot of people (including most of my own).In the meantime, calm down and have a nice cup of tea and some scones while you figure out how to do it.Sorry I couldn't be more help.Dooberry

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