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Each table cell has its own properties: width, height, background color etc. This section describes the available options and how to access them. A cell is the smallest division within the table.

To open the cell properties window:
  1. Select the cells you want to edit (for a single cell it is enough to position the text cursor | inside the cell).
  2. Right-click and from the menu that appears, select Cell Properties.
  3. In the Cell Properties window (see below), set the required properties and press OK.

Cell Properties Window

The following options are available for each table cell:

Layout

  • Specify Width (check box & edit box) - Specify a custom width for the cell, otherwise the default width is used (depending on the table width, structure and contents). Use the edit box to set the width. If In Percent is selected, the Width value is treated as a percent of the table width, otherwise an absolute width in pixels is used.
  • Specify Height (check box) - Specify a custom height for the cell, otherwise the default height is used (depending on the table height, structure and contents). Use the edit box to set the height. If In Percent is selected, the Height value is treated as a percent of the table height, otherwise an absolute height in pixels is used.
  • Vertical Alignment (drop-down menu) - Specifies the vertical alignment of the cell contents (images, text etc.). The available choices are: Default (normally rendered as Top), Top, Middle and Bottom.

Background

Sets background for the cell. For more information see Background Properties.

Cell Tooltip

Display a floating hint box while the visitors hold their mouse over the cell. For more information, see Tooltip.