Part 8. Creating Tables

Web pages offer many tools for organizing content in attractive ways: headings, lists, indentation, alignment, horizontal lines, and wrapping around pictures. But when you have a lot of content ”eight or more items ”that fall logically into groups, a nice table is the way to go. You can even include gridlines and column headers if you need your table to look like a spreadsheet for data or other information.

Even when your content isn't "tabular" in nature, you'll find that tables come in handy in another way: You can use a big table to design and control the layout of a whole page (as some of FrontPage's templates do).

In this part, you discover how easy it is to make tables in FrontPage 2003, and to make them look great.

Easy Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003
Easy Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003
ISBN: 078972961X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 74
Authors: Ned Snell © 2008-2017.
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