Resize column width for JTable without column headers?

Hi,
I find that for me to resize columns of a JTable by using
mouse dragging, I MUST have column headers and then drag
column headers to resize them. Is my understanding correct?
Actually, I need to have a table without header columns.
How can I use mouse to resize column width by dragging?
The background for this request is that I am putting a
complex table as another table's column header and I hope to
be able to resizing the complex table by mouse dragging.
Thanks very much,
David

Hi,
I think you have mistake there. Try
<style type="text/css">
table.apexir_WORKSHEET_DATA td {
white-space:nowrap !important;
td[headers="DESCR"] {
width:300px !important;
max-width:300px !important;
#apexir_DESCR {
width:10px;
max-width:300px !important;
</style>And you can try add
table.apexir_WORKSHEET_DATA {
width: 100% !important;
table-layout: fixed !important;
}Regards,
Jari
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