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In Safari and Firefox, by two-column setup works fine. In Chrome, is forces all content down the first column. The content includes an .swf file, which might be contributing to the issue. If anyone can help I'd appreciate it.

Here is my CSS style:

.columns2 {
    -webkit-column-count: 2; /* Chrome, Safari, Opera */
    -moz-column-count: 2; /* Firefox */
    column-count: 2;
}

Here is where I use it in my document:
	<div id="boxContent" style="margin-top:10px;">
    	<span class="PageHeading">Chunking for Congnitive Load</span>
    	<div class="columns2" style="max-width:650px; height:450px; margin:0;">
          <span class="textCopy0">Any classroom instructor knows that vacant look ...

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For some reason, the site url didn't post

http:knowace.com/worksamples.htm

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Partial fix for columns

It seems Chrome doesn't like columns with an .swf (I've heard chatter about graphics as well). Still wondering if there is a work around for this.

Thomas