- Position the insertion point where you want to insert
- On the Table menu, point
to Insert, and then click Table.
- In the Rows box, type the
number of rows you want.
- In the Columns box,
type the number of columns you want.
- In the Alignment
box, select the position for the table on the page.
- In the Border size
box, type the width you want for the table border in pixels. If you do not
want a border, type 0.
- To change the cell padding of the table (the space
between a cell's border and content), enter a number in the Cell
- To change the cell spacing of the table (the space
between cells), enter a number in the Cell
- To change the width of the table, do one of the
- Select In pixels,
then type the width you want the table to be in pixels.
- Select In percent,
then type a percentage of the screen width you want the table to be.
tables for page layout
When you lay out text and graphics on a page, you can use
a table to arrange them. Tables are supported by virtually all Web browsers and
are an easy way to lay out your pages and to keep the appearance uniform in all
browsers. Failure to use tables, especially when positioning images, can
cause a discrepancy between the appearance of your page in design mode and