Redefining a table's style


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Redefining a table's style

You can change your table's appearance by modifying the attributes of the table's style but you can then redefine the style with those changes and all of the tables in the spreadsheet that used that style will also be updated to reflect the changes. That's aside from any overrides that might have been applied of course. Let's work with the three tables that appear here on our Sales Data sheet. We'll make some changes to one of the table. So first, we'll move to the Sheets pane and select the 2006 - 2008 Sales Data table. With our table selected, we can start making changes.

Let's say we want to use a different font throughout the table. So with the entire table selected, we'll click the Font button on the Format Bar, let's change it to Arial. Type the letter A on your keyboard to move quickly to the fonts beginning with the letter A and click Arial. Now all of the contents throughout this table use the Arial font. Now we are going to make a change to ...

Redefining a table's style
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Redefining a table's style provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Numbers '09 Essential Training

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Business
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