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# Time for action – lining up font commands

In Chapter 2, Formatting Words, Lines, and Paragraphs, we've got to know a lot of font commands and declarations. We saw a table containing those commands and example output. Now we shall create such a table ourselves:

1. Begin a new document, like the one in step 1 of our previous example, but define a command for setting the font of our header:
\documentclass{article}
\begin{tabbing}
2. Write the first row set tab stops by \= and use \> to move to the tab stops. Use the command \verb|…| to typeset the LaTeX commands:
\begin{tabbing}
\> \head{Command} \> \head{Declaration} \> \head{Example}\\ Family ...