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Chapter 3. Controlling Page Layout > Using Tables for Page Layout

3.2. Using Tables for Page Layout

Now that you have set up your basic page styles, you can look at the finer details of page layout. In many cases, you can control page layout by using paragraph styles alone. Most of this book is done that way. The main advantage to using paragraph styles alone is that you can add or delete text and graphics, and everything flows from one page to the next automatically—you don't need to control each page individually. (See "Working with Styles" in Section 4.2 for more about paragraph styles.)

In some cases, however, you might need to use other methods to place text or graphics where you want them. One of those methods is to use tables.


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