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FrameMaker Tables: Resize Column Options Part 1
FrameMaker gives you many potent ways to swiftly resize table columns. You have choices ranging from a scale of the current value, matching another column, or event sizing column width to the longest line of content. Watch this brief video to see how easy this can be.
FrameMaker 12.0.3: Enhanced Table Navigation via Cursor
The V12.0.3 update to FrameMaker now allows you to move to another cell, row or column by simply moving your cursor keys. This enhancement came directly from user feedback in our last survey. Try it out! You'll like it!
FrameMaker 12.0.3 Move Table Rows & Columns with Drag n' Drop
The V12.0.3 update to FrameMaker now allows you to easily reposition table rows and columns w/o cut and paste. Now you can simply select an entire row or column, then drag it into the new position w/in the table. This is much more intuitive than the old method, and less prone to error
FrameMaker 12: Adding Footer Rows to Tables
Most FrameMaker tables come with a default "header" row over columns, which will repeat itself when tables expand to additional tables. You can easily create multi-row "footer" rows which will also repeat when tables break pages. Watch this simple video to discover how.
FrameMaker 12: Resizing Table Columns
FrameMaker provides a variety of powerful ways to customize the widths of multiple table columns in one easy step. Watch this brief video to discover just a few of the choices at your disposal for creating sophisticated, complex tables.
Create Responsive Layouts Column Layout, Media Queries
Show: Learn Edge Tools
Part two of three Getting started with Edge Reflow. Covering column layout, media queries. Presented by Simon Widjaja.
Insert a table
Show: Learn Dreamweaver CC
In this lesson, you'll see how to insert a table into a web page using Dreamweaver. Although you can modify a table's structure after creating it, some important decisions need to be made at the time of insertion. From Adobe Dreamweaver CC Learn by Video by David Powers.