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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Creating nested tables

With OpenOffice.org 2.0, you can now create tables within tables (nested tables). This feature provides much more flexibility by allowing you to insert a secondary table into a primary table’s cell. See Figure 248.

To do this, click in a cell of an existing table and use any of the methods mentioned above in “Inserting a new tableâ€.

Nested tables are new in version 2.0 of OpenOffice.org.

















Figure 248: Example of a nested table. The yellow-shaded table is nested in a cell of the larger table.

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