How do you insert a table into Scrivener? Add rows and columns? Enter information into a table? Adjust cells and borders? Laura Bergells gives you a quick rundown of working with tables in Scrivener.
- [Instructor] When you need to present your work…in rows and columns, try inserting a table…in your Scrivener document.…Here's how:…Place your cursor where you want your table to appear.…Select Insert from the Scrivener toolbar.…And then select Add Table.…Boom.…There you have it, a 3 x 2 table.…Three columns, two rows.…And you'll probably need to adjust this table…to suit your specific needs,…and you can do so from this pop up window…that appeared when you inserted your table.…
You have all kinds of opportunities…to make adjustments.…First, click somewhere within your table…and add columns and rows as you need them.…And as you do this, you see that this is grayed out,…so I would need to adjust the borders…by selecting them and then selecting Cell Border Color.…You can also nest tables, adjust alignment,…adjust cell border and background,…all your basic options for adjusting a table…are readily available.…At any time, you can enter data…into each cell of your table.…
And you do this by clicking from one cell…to the other with your mouse.…
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