This blog continues our video featurette coverage of mini-demos of FrameMaker 11. Today we view two related videos that cover (a) how to resize table column widths in a variety of ways and (b) how to control table rows and also vertical alignment within table cells.
FrameMaker and WORD: Table Resize Column Options
FrameMaker 11’s powerful tables give you a variety of ways to resize columns. You can: (a) resize columns to width of longest line, (b) make column equal to another (c) make column a certain percentage of current size or (d) even “copy/paste” a table column width from another table. And that is just a start. Watch this 6 minute demo to get a solid grounding in this simple, yet powerful feature.
Watch the video below to find out how!
FrameMaker and WORD: Row Format & Vertical Alignment
FrameMaker 11’s powerful tables also have keen control over table row formats. You can go beyond mere page breaks to keep rows together. Also discover how easily you can control vertical alignment of cell content in tables. Watch this brief video and discover how you can do it too!
Watch the short video below to find out how!
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