Drawing a nested layout table

Drawing a nested layout table

You can draw a layout table inside another layout table, to create a nested table. The cells inside a nested table are isolated from changes made to the outer table; for example, when you change the size of a row or column in the outer table, the cells in the inner table don’t change size.

You can insert multiple levels of nested tables. A nested layout table cannot be larger than the table that contains it.

This is a picture of the feature being described.

To draw a nested layout table:

  1. Make sure you are in Layout mode (see Switching from Standard to Layout mode).
  2. In the Layout category of the Insert bar, click the Draw Layout Table button.This is a picture of the feature being described.

    The pointer changes to a cross hair (+).

  3. Point to an empty (gray) area in an existing layout table, and then drag to create the nested layout table.

To draw a layout table around existing layout cells or tables:

  1. Make sure you are in Layout mode (see Switching from Standard to Layout mode).
  2. In the Layout category of the Insert bar, click the Draw Layout Table button.

    The pointer changes to a cross hair (+).

  3. Drag to draw a rectangle around a set of existing layout cells or tables.

    A new nested layout table appears, enclosing the existing cells or tables.



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