Chapter 6. Putting a table in a note

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For presenting information, it’s hard to beat a table. Because the data in a table is arranged in columns and rows, a table gives you a concise picture of data. You can compare and contrast the numbers in a table and tell what’s what. You can see trends and tell at a glance who or what is performing well or lagging behind.

However, creating a table can be a chore. You need the correct number of columns and rows to hold the data. ...

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