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Summary

A simple table is a simple deal. And that's the best way to start—simple. Don't get wrapped up in long, complex tables too soon. Try sticking with simple tables of just a dozen cells or so, not just because it's a good way to learn, but also because big, hairy tables defeat their own purpose: They confuse visitors rather than inform them. Eventually, you move up the table growth curve to tougher, smarter table techniques.


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