Insert tables

Insert tables

Next you’ll add a table that will hold text, graphics, and Macromedia Flash assets.

  1. Click once on the page to place the insertion point in the upper-left corner of the page.

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  2. Select Insert > Table.
  3. In the Insert Table dialog box, do the following:
    • Enter 3 in the Rows text box.
    • Enter 1 in the Columns text box.
    • Enter 700 in the Table Width text box.
    • Select Pixels from the Table Width pop-up menu.
    • Enter 0 in the Border Thickness text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Padding text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Spacing text box.

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  4. Click OK.

    A table with three rows and one column appears in your document. The table is 700 pixels wide with no border, cell padding, or cell spacing.

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  5. Click once to the right of the table to deselect it.
  6. Select Insert > Table to insert another table.
  7. In the Insert Table dialog box, do the following for the second table:
    • Enter 1 in the Rows text box.
    • Enter 3 in the Columns text box.
    • Enter 700 in the Table Width text box.
    • Select Pixels from the Table Width pop-up menu.
    • Enter 0 in the Border Thickness text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Padding text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Spacing text box.
  8. Click OK.

    A second table with one row and three columns appears below your first table.

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  9. Click to the right of the table to deselect it.
  10. Insert a third table by selecting Insert > Table and entering the following values in the Insert Table dialog box:
    • Enter 1 in the Rows text box.
    • Enter 1 in the Columns text box.
    • Enter 700 in the Table Width text box.
    • Select Pixels from the Table Width pop-up menu.
    • Enter 0 in the Border Thickness text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Padding text box.
    • Enter 0 in the Cell Spacing text box.
  11. Click OK.

    A third table, with one row and one column, appears below your second table.

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    Click to the right of the table to deselect it. Your page should now look as follows:

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