New Digication: Table Module

New Digication ePortfolios allow you to arrange, display, and style textual or numerical data in formatted cells with the Table module. 

Adding a Table to Your Slide

First, select the Add Content button(1) in the lower right corner of your selected slide.


On the next screen, locate and select the Table button(2).


You will then see the Table module has been added to your slide.



Adding Data, Rows, and Columns to Your Table

You can then add data to your Table by selecting the module and clicking the Edit button(1).


Next, click on individual cells to enter your data(2). Additional rows and columns can be added by selecting the Add Row(3) or Add Column buttons(4).


You can also add rows or columns in between existing rows or columns by right-clicking your mouse on a cell(5), mousing over Add Row or Add Column, and then choosing either Above or Below.



Removing Rows or Columns

Rows or Columns can be removed by right-clicking your mouse on a cell and then selecting either Remove This Row or Remove This Column(1).


Resizing Your Table and Cells

You can adjust the width of your table and the cells by clicking and dragging the lower-right corner of the Table module(1). The width of the cells are auto-adjusted with the size of the table.



Styling Your Table

You can customize your table grid by clicking the Style button(1) and clicking the edit button on the Style menu(2).


From here, you can adjust cell padding as well as the color and thickness of the table grid. Move the slider under Cell Padding(3) to increase or decrease the space between your data and the table grid. You can also double-click the size to manually enter in a size measured in pixels. 

Move the slider under Border Thickness(4) to increase or decrease the thickness of your table grid, or double-click the size to manually enter in a size measured in pixels.


You can also change the color of your table grid by selecting the color swatch under Border Color(5). You have the option of selecting one of the default color swatches or entering in a hex color code for a custom color. 



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