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Chapter 7. Working with Tables > Inserting Tables

Inserting Tables

Adding a table to a GoLive document is very much like adding any other object.

To create a table:

1.
With a document open, double-click or drag the Table icon (Figure 7.1) from the Basic tab of the Objects palette to the Document window. By default, a three-by-three cell table appears in the Document window (Figure 7.2).

Figure 7.1. The Table icon.


Figure 7.2. Dragging the Table icon into the Document window creates a three-by-three table.


2.
Select the table. If you deselected the table after you created it, place your cursor on the top, left, or right border of the table. The cursor will change into a two-sided arrow on the right border (Figure 7.3), or into an arrow with a box below it (Figure 7.4) on the top or left border. Click the border to view the Table Inspector (Figure 7.5).

Figure 7.3. Select the table by clicking on the right border. The cursor changes to a two-sided arrow.


Figure 7.4. When you move the cursor to the left or top border of a table, an arrow cursor with a box appears, allowing you to select the table.


Figure 7.5. The Table Inspector.


3.
Type 4 in the Rows field of the Inspector.

4.
Press Tab. The table expands downward to add a new row.

5.
Type 5 in the Columns field.

6.
Press Tab. The table expands to the right, adding two columns (Figure 7.6).

Figure 7.6. Here's the table after being expanded to contain five columns.



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