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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Using tables as a page layout tool

Tables may be used as a page layout tool to position text in a document instead of using tabs or spaces. For example, Tips in the PDF version of this book are formatted as tables.

For more information and tips about using tables in page layout, see Chapter 4 (Formatting Pages).

Image:Tip.png When inserting a table used for layout, you may wish to deselect the Heading and Border options (see Inserting a new table).
Image:Tip.png To remove the borders from an existing table, right-click on the table, select Table from the pop-up menu, select the Borders tab (see Specifying table borders), and select the icon for no borders.



OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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