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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Default parameters

If you create a table using the Insert Table dialog box or the Table icon on the Standard toolbar and activate the Heading option, the following defaults are set:

  • The cells in the heading row (or rows) use the Table Heading paragraph style. In the default template, the text is centered and set with a bold and italic font.
  • The remaining cells use the Table Contents paragraph style, which, in the default template, is identical to the Default paragraph style.
  • The default table occupies all the space from margin to margin (text area).
  • The default table has thin black borders around each cell (grid).

OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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