Tables are used for positioning and aligning elements on a page or form. With Domino 6, you can include fields, graphics, buttons, subforms, hotspots, objects, sections, nested tables, attachments, Java Applets, and embedded elements inside a Domino table.
For basic information about tables and how to create them, see the document “Creating tables” in the Lotus Notes 6 Help database.
Domino 6 supports nested tables (up to four levels deep). This is useful for developing tabbed tables both for Notes client users and for Web sites when you want to be sure that fields and graphics are aligned correctly.
To create a nested table, follow these steps:
Select the table and position the cursor ...