Tables can be used to design page layout, as in this example, as well as to lay out data, and position text and graphics on a web page. The Insert Table dialog helps you to add the HTML
<table> element and set up the initial properties in the skeleton table.
After inserting the skeleton table, you will use the Component Palette and visual editor to design the registration form by adding input fields and labels.
You can also easily modify both the appearance and the structure of the table using the visual editor. You can edit tables to add text and images; add, delete, resize, reorder, split, and merge rows and columns; modify table, row, or cell properties for color and alignment; copy and paste cells; and nest tables in table cells.
To modify all or part of a table in the visual editor, first select the table, rows, columns or cells. To select:
When you select a table in the visual editor, blue resize handles appear at the bottom and right sides, and in the bottom right corner of the table, as shown in the illustration earlier.
To resize a table:
To change the size of rows or columns:
To set properties for a selected table or cell using the visual editor toolbar:
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