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    CSS filter problem


    Hello Everybody:

    I use this:
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     filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(Rotation=1);
    to rotate a table 90 degrees right. It works pefectly.

    When the table is in horizontal position, the text looks good, but when the style is aplyied, text looks like printed with a 9 dot impact printer, can I avoid this?, Is there any other way of doing this without using that style?.

    Thanks in advance
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    Doesn't look like you're going to have much luck. IE must drop the anti-aliasing of the text, when it gets rotated. I just duplicated your error, on an HP printer. You could of course use an image, instead, but if you're trying to do something dynamic, that's not such a good solution.

    Anyone else?

    sorry
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