Importing tabular data


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Importing tabular data

While it is perfectly acceptable to create tables and populate them with data yourself in Dreamweaver, it's not always the fastest way to get your data into your pages. If your table already exists in a Word or Excel document, you can simply import that file directly into Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver builds the table structure from the available data, leaving you to add any of the accessibility features or additional structure your table may require. It's the fastest, most efficient way to get data into Dreamweaver and into a table.

Now if you working on a windows machine, you can use the Import Word or Import Excel Document option to import straight from that program. On the Mac, you need to first save the file out as a comma, or tab-delimited file and then use the import tabular data option. Since import tabular data lets you import delimited files regardless of the program that they are originated from, we will use that method to bring our file into Dreamweaver. So here I have the...

Importing tabular data
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Importing tabular data provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training

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