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Table

The Table content type takes data copied and pasted from an Excel spreadsheet or table in Word and displays it in an attractive, user-friendly table.


Add Table

The Table content type takes data copied and pasted from an Excel spreadsheet or table in Word and displays it in an attractive, user-friendly table.

  1. Copy the data you wish to display from your Excel or Word file
  2. Within a layout, click the box that states Add Content.
    • This requires that a section has already been created.
  3. Click Table
  4. Click Next
  5. Paste the data you copied into the Table Data textbox
  6. Choose any of the table options and settings you would like to use in your table.
  7. Click Save Changes
A table using the Table content type is shown with data entered.
An example of the Table content type.

Table Settings and Meanings

First Row is Table Header The first row of data will have a different background color than the rest of your table to distinguish it as a "title' for each column of data.
Sortable This option allows end-users to sort the data, either ascending or descending, in each column.
Alternating Background Color This option automatically adds an alternating background color for each row of data and makes the data more easily read by end users.
Horizontal Line Inserts a line between each row
Vertical Line Inserts a vertical line between each column
Small Font Uses a smaller font size for the table data. This is ideal for larger tables.
Cells Alignment Right Cells alignment right: aligns all cell content to the right of the cell.