First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

You now have a table that is in the center of the screen.

COLUMN #1 | COLUMN #2 |
---|---|

First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

ROW #S | COLUMN #1 | COLUMN #2 |
---|---|---|

First row | First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row | Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

Notice that things designated with the TH are in bold to stand out as row and column headers while things designated as TD are not bold - they are the data.

COLUMN #1 | COLUMN #2 |
---|---|

First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

COLUMN #1 | COLUMN #2 |
---|---|

First row, first column | First row, second column |

Second row, first column | Second row, second column |

- If you use an ALIGN (LEFT, RIGHT, CENTER) clause within the TR, the data within that row will be horizontally aligned
- If you want to use vertical alignment than use the VALIGN clause within the TR
- You can also use ALIGN with TOP or BOTTOM within the TD

ROW #S | COLUMN #1 | COLUMN #2 |
---|---|---|

First row | 1,1 | 1,2 |

Second row | 2,1 | 2,2 |

Third row | 3,1 | 3,2 |