If you're not familiar with tables, they are very useful for structuring data, organizing content, and providing great accessibility and context. Articulate’s implementation of this new feature looks pretty awesome. (The only thing that I was hoping to find but didn’t was the ability to sort columns or rows alphabetically or numerically.)
Once you insert a table and have it selected, you are given a Table Tools tab with Design and Format tabs. Using the Design tab, you can control style fills and borders or choose from a slew of preformatted table styles that include alternate “banded” rows and more. You are also able to designate rows as headers.
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