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Aligning tables

You can indicate how a table aligns on the web page in relation to elements, such as text or images, around it on the page.

You cannot select an alignment option when you create a table. You must insert the table, and then change the alignment option in table properties.

To change alignment for a table:

  1. In your draft, select the table you want to realign (see “Selecting table elements”).
  2. Do one of the following to open the Table Properties dialog box:
    • Click the Table button in the toolbar.
    • Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh), and then select Table Properties from the pop-up menu.
    • Select Table > Table Properties. [View MAC Image | View PC Image]
  3. Select an alignment option from the Table alignment pop-up menu:
    • Default aligns the table to the left of the page. Text or images do not flow around the table.
    • Left aligns the table to the left side of the page. Text or images flow to the right of the table.
    • Center aligns the table in the center of the page.
    • Right aligns the table to the right side of the page. Text or images flow to the left of the table.
  4. Click Apply to see changes without closing the dialog box, or click OK to apply changes and close the dialog box.

The table alignment changes in your draft.

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