Application: Text Desktop version

Table alignment

By default, the table is aligned to the left edge of the document. The left indent is derived from the paragraph after which the table is located.

To change the way the table is aligned and indented, follow these steps:

1.Place the cursor in any cell of the table or select any element of the table/the entire table.

2.Open the table settings window in one of the following ways:

In the Command menu, select Format > Table > Table Settings.

On the Toolbar, in the Insert section, click t_table_settings Table Settings.

Right-click to open the context menu and run the Table Settings command.

3.In the Table Settings dialog box, select an alignment method: Align Left, Align Center, or Align Right.

4.If the table is aligned to the left, specify the distance from the left margin of the document to the table in the Left Indent field.

5.Click OK.

Wrap text

The following restrictions apply in this version of the application:

You cannot add an object by dragging and dropping to a table for which text wrapping is set. You also cannot drag and drop an object from a table to another place in the document.

Actions with objects located in table cells may be performed incorrectly.

If one of the users enables or disables text wrapping for a table when collaborating on a document, the changes that the other user makes to the table at that moment are not saved.

To customize the table's text wrapping, follow the steps below:

1.Place the cursor in any cell of the table or select any element of the table/the entire table.

2.Open the table settings window in one of the following ways:

In the Command menu, select Format > Table > Table Settings.

On the Toolbar, in the Insert section, click t_table_settings Table Settings.

Right-click to open the context menu and run the Table Settings command.

3.In the Table Settings dialog box, check the Wrap text box.

4.Specify the table alignment method and, if necessary, the Left Indent.

5.Specify the distance from the table borders to the surrounding text on the Left, Right, Top, and Bottom.

6.Click OK.

If the table spans several pages, text wrapping is applied only to the page with the last part of the table. All the text after the table anchor is transferred to this page.

You can quickly move a table for which you have set up text wrapping to another location in the document. To do this, proceed as follows:

1.Hover the cursor over the table.

2.Click the table_select_or_move button displayed in the upper left corner of the table.

3.Hold down the left mouse button and move the table to the desired location in the document.

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