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Chapter 3. Presenting Information in Lis... > Editing the Structure of a Table

Editing the Structure of a Table

Unless you are very skilled at creating tables, you will rarely create one that you don’t have to later adjust in one way or another. Most likely, you will have to add or delete rows or columns and move information around until it is in the right place. Almost certainly, you will also have to adjust the size of rows and columns that are too big, too small, or unevenly spaced. Luckily, with FrontPage it is simple to fix all these structural problems.

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When columns are much wider than the information they contain, your Web visitors might have to scroll from side to side to see all of the information in a table. When columns are too narrow, the text within will wrap, and your Web visitors might have to scroll up and down. Whenever possible, avoid these problems by resizing one or more of the rows or columns in a table as needed.



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