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Old 10-03-2018, 05:52 PM
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Anyone can help me a table identical like that in the picture? Or at least look like it? Please help me im in rush



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You could easily create a table like that for yourself, by starting off with a 6-column, 5-row table, then merging the cells on the 2nd row and deleting or merging columns 2-6 on rows 3-5 and adjusting the remaining cell widths & row heights. Unlike you, we have no idea what the required dimesnions of any of the cells/columns/rows are.
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You could easily create a table like that for yourself, by starting off with a 6-column, 5-row table, then merging the cells on the 2nd row and deleting or merging columns 2-6 on rows 3-5 and adjusting the remaining cell widths & row heights. Unlike you, we have no idea what the required dimesnions of any of the cells/columns/rows are.
Didn't get it right... U can help me?
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Show us what you tried...
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I couldn't get the columns how u told me to do .. i will appreciate it if u can make me a copy? I really need it so badly for an assignment.
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We do not do assignments for people - that's cheating. Thread closed.
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