Creating a Basic Table
Before adding a table, you'll need to locate the icon on your editor.
Clicking on the icon will bring up the Table Properties .
The screenshots below are the default table properties. Most of the time, you won't want to change these properties.
Table Properties (Advanced)
At time you will need to change these properties, however. For example, you can add Headers to the first row. You can also apply special stylesheet classes on the advanced tab. Adding files to your stylesheet classes will cause the second column to be a fixed size. You'll only want to use the files class when you're using two columns.
If you want to link to a file in your table, select the text and then click the link (chain) icon. This will bring up the Link properties.
Once the Link property window has opened, you can browse and select a file from your directory to link to.
Click the Target tab. In most cases, you'll want to set this to New Window (_blank) . This will make your link open into a new tab or window.
Select the Advanced tab. You'll want to fill out the Advisory Title and add any Stylesheet Classes . The following classes will add an icon next to the link: pdf-links , word-links and excel-links .