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Adobe Creative Suite 6 Design and Web Premium All-in-One For Dummies by Fred Gerantabee, Christopher Smith, Jennifer Smith

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Chapter 7: Creating Tables

In This Chapter

check.png Creating tables

check.png Manipulating rows, columns, and cells

check.png Selecting tables and cells

check.png Changing the color and alignment of table cells

check.png Styling tables with CSS

check.png Adding and importing content

Tables are useful for presenting data and can be helpful when you’re arranging elements in a tabular format. You can use tables to display data (such as pricing information or a schedule of events) much like you would a spreadsheet.

In this chapter, you find out how to create a table and apply formatting with CSS. Note: Although tables have been used as a method of creating page layouts in the past, this is considered bad practice, so we don’t cover it in this minibook.

Working with Tables

When you think of a table, think of a grid that has multiple cells in it, much like a spreadsheet. Tables are used in HTML pages so that elements and data can be contained and ...

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