UCSF

Inserting Tables

To insert a new table

  1. Place your cursor on a new line where you’d like the table to appear.
  2. Select the table button.
  3. Complete the table properties dialog then select OK.

To alter an existing table

Right-click the table to alter table properties or to add or remove rows or columns.

Table Properties
Table right-click

Right-click any table cell to see more options.

Table styles

Table styles enable you to control a table’s appearance. Specify one or more table style class names (separated by space characters) in the Stylesheet Classes field on the advanced table properties dialog.

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Class name

Description

Examples

block

use this to force all links within the table to be block-level elements that take up the full width of their column

Admissions

c1-7pc

specifies that the first column is 7% of the width of the table

Update from the Dean - February 2003

c1-12pc

specifies that the first column is 12% of the width of the table

 

c1-25pc

specifies that the first column is 25% of the width of the table

Update from the Dean - February 2003

c1-45pc

specifies that the first column is 45% of the width of the table

Verifying Your Prerequisite Course Work

c2-10pc

specifies that the second column is 10% of the width of the table

Verifying Your Prerequisite Course Work

c2-25pc

specifies that the second column is 25% of the width of the table

Tsinghua Faculty

c3-45pc

specifies that the third column is 45% of the width of the table

Verifying Your Prerequisite Course Work

collapse

makes certain tables more legible at small browser widths

About the Students

contact

used for tables showing headshots in column 1 and text in one or more columns following

Pharmchem Contact Us, Guo Lab Contact Us

equal

makes all columns equal width

Plants

hide-row-lines

removes the light gray horizontal lines between table rows

Admissions, Honors and Awards

hhmmampm

good for times like 8:00 am in the first column

Commencement

mmmdd

good for dates like Jan 26 in the first column

Admissions, Info for Entering Students

not-100pc-wide

when you don’t want the table to take the full width of its column

people

used for tables showing headshots in column 1 and text in one or more columns following

SMDC People, Savic Lab People

people2018

used for tables showing headshots in the last column and text in preceding columns

Wells Lab People, Medication Outcomes Center

tight

reduces table padding for tables that are otherwise too tight to fit with normal padding

Facts and Figures