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Table Formatting

TermDefinition
Body/Entry Information keyed into a table/cell.
Cell The intersection of a row and a column.
Column headings Headings that are centered directly above each column in a table. They are keyed in initial caps, bold, and centered.
Columns The vertical (up and down) arrangement of information in a table.
Gridlines The vertical and horizontal lines in a table.
Main title The main heading for the table, which is keyed in the center, bold, and all capital letters.
Numerical entry Information entered into a cell that contains only numbers.
Rows The horizontal (left to right)arrangement of information in a table.
Secondary title The secondary level heading keyed a double space below the main title. It is keyed in initial caps, bold, and centered.
Source Note of reference that is left aligned under the last row and identifies where the information originally came from that is in the table.
Table A grid of rows and columns used to display and organize information.
Text entry Information entered into a cell that contains alphanumeric information.
Created by: dadehart