Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 13:01:41 +0200
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From: Fabrizio Arosio <Fabrizio.Arosio@ROTTA.COM>
Subject: Re: Table Layout - Insert empty line in Table
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about the 1st question, in order to add an empty line in a table generated by
a TABLES command, you could use the trick yesterday posted by
It works by using a dummy variable as a spacer between var1 and var2 in the
/mdgroup=spacer ' ' spacer (1)
In order to show the table corner, you need to double-click on the table,
and select the Table properties item in the Format menu, so you can change
the "Row Dimension Labels" to "Nested".
You could also create a new Tablelook file with this property already set to
use it in the SET TLOOK command.
We have a table in which we consider columns percentage of varA, columns
percentage of varB and mean of varB. We wish to insert an empty line in
the table to separate the 3 type of data. Do you know if it's possible ?
An other question: we insert a CORNER in the table (/CORNER 'Table. 1'),
but this didn't appear in the table. Why ? Any idea?
Thank you for your help.
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