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Chapter 36. Formatting Tables > Alignment and Spacing Within a Cell

Alignment and Spacing Within a Cell

Each cell is like a miniature text frame, and it’s not surprising that the options for alignment and spacing are very similar to those of text frames. The Text panel of the Cell Options dialog box is the equivalent of the Text Frame Options dialog box, and it mainly affects vertical alignment within the cell. In addition, you can use the controls on the Paragraph palette to control horizontal alignment, indents, and the spacing between paragraphs inside a cell. You can also set some of these options, such as Cell Inset, in the Table palette.


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