Gary Collins wrote:
Ive found out how to resize tables so they dont take up the full page width (though to be honest i
usually find it easier and more flexible to simply include an additional empty column to right and
left and adjust widths as required) but what i would really like to be able to do is to have two
(or perhaps more) tables juxtaposed horizontally. Is there a way to align tables horizontally
(without resorting to frames, which i tend to find are a right pain in the proverbials)?
Im currently using version 220.127.116.11 build 1:5.2.2-0ubuntu2.1
If you're set on avoiding frames, this won't help, but to be honest I'd
do it with each table in a separate frame. If you set the width and
height of the frame to the minimum allowed and tick the "AutoSize" box
for each, it will automatically adjust to the size of the table. Then
anchor and position the frames as required.
There will be a blank paragraph after the table, which prevents the
height of the frame from being reduced to only just fit the table. That
can be removed by placing the cursor in the bottom right cell of the
table and pressing Ctrl+Shift+Del.
By default, frames have a border and padding between the outside of the
frame and its contents. You might want to remove those for this purpose.
Once one frame is set up as needed, it might be easier to copy and paste
that as required rather than adding new frames and reformatting them.
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