Example Of Adding A Table In Cascade
The following example incorporates the steps explained on the web page Adding A Table In Cascade. The example below reviews the steps that are required to setup a table using the various inserting, editing and formatting features of cascade.
Accessing Cascade To Add A Table
Step 1 - Open the cascade editor
Quick Tip: If you need assistance with opening the cascade editor, review the information on the following web page:
Opening up the cascade editor
Step 2 - Adding a table
From the What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) cascade editor select "Add A Table" icon.
Quick Tip: If you need assistance using the WYSIWYG editor and determining the location of the table icon, review the information on the following web page:
Adding a table
Step 3 - Selecting the styled-table options
After you have selected the "Add A Table" option, the following options will be displayed.
Input the fields below for the number of Columns (3) and Rows (5), Class (styled table) and check on Table Caption:
Click the Insert button
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Selecting the styled-table options
Step 4 - Adding the table caption and column headings
After clicking Insert the following image will show up on the web page:
- Click into the Table Caption area and type "Types of Apples". If additional formatting is required, highlight text and use the WYSIWYG formating options.
- Click into the first column heading section and type "Name".
- Click into the 2nd column heading section and type "Color".
- Click into the 3rd column heading section and type "Shape".
Under Name type:
- Golden Delicious
- Granny Smith
- Red Delicious
The table should look similar to the below:
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Adding the table caption and column headings
Step 5 - Editing the column headings
A. Accessing Cell Properties
- To add the Column Headings, right click on the "Name" entry.
- From the options select Cell -> Table Cell Properties.
B. Changing Cell Properties
The following window will appear:
- Select Cell Type change selection to Header.
- Select Scope change selection to Column.
Repeat steps 5A and 5B for columns Color and Shape.
The table should be formated with column headings.
Fill in the remainder of the fields with the information provided below:
Click on Submit.
Quick Tip: If you need assistance in accessing cell properties and changing cell properties, review the information on the following web page:
Editing the column headings