You can insert tables into a text editor.
Select the Table → Table menu. Click and drag over the grid to select the desired number of columns and rows.
You can insert as many columns and rows as needed. Single row tables are supported.
A table is inserted into the text editor. All the rows in the table are standard Table Body Rows. All the columns are the exact same width.
When you insert a table, the default table width is 475px. The Column widths are 475px divided equally by column count. Column widths are set in pixels, not a percentage so the test driver can render the tables properly. See Modify Table Properties for changing the table width. See Click and Drag to change table and column widths or Modify Cell Properties below for changing the column widths.
By default, all rows are set as Body rows. See Set a Header Row in a table below for details on setting header rows.
The default setting for cell padding is 2px.
Use the table buttons to add and delete columns and rows, delete the table, and open the table properties window.
|Table Properties - open the Table properties window.|
|Insert row before|
|Insert row after|
|Insert column before|
|Insert column after|
You are not allowed to insert a table within a table. When you try and save the item, an error message notifies you that a table within a table is not allowed.
Images and equations within tables are not allowed. When you try and save the item, an error message notifies you that tables cannot have images or equations.
Text within tables cannot be set to Justify.
You can set the table width, cell spacing, cell padding, border width, table alignment, and table background color using the table properties.
Balance your Mouse pointer over a column divider or the right edge of the table , hold the mouse button down and drag the column or table Edge left or right to adjust the width.
Do not change the height of the rows. The test driver does not support row height settings.
You can set the cell width, horizontal text alignment, and cell background color using the cell properties.
You can specify the row type, and the row background color using the row properties.
By default when you insert a table, all the rows are set as Body type. You must manually set a row as a Header row, and you must set the cell as a Header cell.
Multiple Header rows are not supported by the test driver. If you set more than one row as a Header row, when you save the item, an error notifies you that Tables can not have more than one header row.
If you have a single row table, you cannot set the row as a Header row. An error message notifies you of this when you save the item.