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SATURDAY EVENING (BONUS SESSION) Working with Tables 173 face="Arial, Geneva, Helvetica"><b>$849,045</b></font></td> <td><font color="red" face="Arial, Geneva, Helvetica"> <b>$3,111,483</b></font></td></tr> </table> If you want to use the FONT element to change the size, color, or face of text in a table, you have to set the element in every cell where you want it to take effect. Font elements located outside of a table have absolutely no effect on text inside the table. Using styles to format table content can be much more efficient than using the FONT element; it also makes tables more accessible to users of Braille or other non-visual browsers. Styles, however, present problems of their own, in that many earlier browsers either do not support styles at all or do so poorly. Web authors often choose to stick with using the FONT element, instead of styles, for