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.