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Introduction

Tables are a useful tool for laying out and formatting Web pages in Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003. Tables consists of horizontal rows and vertical columns. The intersection of a row and column is called a cell, which contains the information you want to present. A table in FrontPage has two main uses: page layout and data formatting.

A layout table creates a grid on your page, which you can use to position various elements—text and graphics—on the page to create an overall look. Due to limitations in HTML for arranging information, page layout is one of the most important aspects of using a table in FrontPage.


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