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# Tables

## Standard layout

12345\begin{table}A & B & C \\D & E & F \\G & H & I\end{table} 

12345678910\begin{table}  \head     Name & Value & Description  \body     A   &  12   & Something \\     B   &  25   & Something else \\     C   &   0   & Nothing  \foot     Sum &  37   & Total value\end{table} 

## align

It controls the horizontal align of the table.
Alignchar must be one of the characters l, r, c for left, right, center

1234\begin{table}[\align{l}]  Abba & Babba \\  C & D\end{table} 

1234\begin{table}[\align{c}]  Abba & Babba \\  C & D\end{table} 

1234\begin{table}[\align{r}]  Abba & Babba \\  C & D\end{table} 

## cellaligns

Possible alignment characters are: l, r, c for left, right, center.

The n-th character in aligns controls sets the n-th column of the table.

12345678\begin{table}[\cellaligns{rcl}]  \head    1 & 2 & 3  \body    A & B & C \\    D & E & F \\    G & H & I\end{table} 

## cellvaligns

Possible alignment characters are: t, m, b, B for top, middle, bottom, baseline

The n-th character in aligns controls sets the n-th column of the table.

123\begin{table}[\cellvaligns{Btbm}]  A \newline A & B & C & D\\\end{table} 

## no border

12345\begin{table}[\class{layout}]    $\underline{\mu_1}= 1$ &  $\qquad \qquad \overline{\mu_1}= 3$  \\    $\underline{\mu_2}= 2$ &  $\qquad \qquad \overline{\mu_2}= 4$  \\    $\underline{\mu_3}= 3$ &  $\qquad \qquad \overline{\mu_3}= 5$  \\\end{table} 

123456\begin{table}[\class{layout}] & & 3,& 8 & 3\\ +& & 7,& 8 & 1\\ \colspan{5}\hrule\\ & 1 & 1, & 6 & 4\end{table} 

## Colspan

123456\begin{table}[\cellaligns{ccc}] 3 & 8 & 3\\ 7 & \colspan{2} 8 \\ \colspan{2} 3 & 5 \\ 1 & 6 & 4\end{table} 

## Rowspan

12345\begin{table}[\cellaligns{ccc}] 3 & 8 & 3\\ 7 & \rowspan{2} 8 & 1\\ 1 &  4\end{table} 

## background

This command sets the background style property of e.g. a table or explicitly of a table header, body or footer.
Valid parameters are:

• CSS color names, e.g. red, lavender
• RGB values, e.g. rgb(255,228,196)
123456789\begin{table}[\background{green}]\head[\background{rgb(255,228,196)}]A & B & C & D\body& 3 & 8 & 3\\& 7 & 8 & 1\foot[\background{#EEEEEE}]A & B & C & D         \end{table} 

## items

12345\begin{table}[\class{items}] 3 & 8 & 3\\ 4 & 7 & 8\\ 1 & 1 & 6\end{table} 

## Generic Problem Example - butcher - Not yet available everywhere

12345\begin{table}[\class{butcher}\cellaligns{cccc}]\ansref & & \\\ansref & \ansref & \\ & \ansref & \ansref\\\end{table} 

## Generic Problem Example - simple - Not yet available everywhere

12345\begin{table}[\class{simple}\cellaligns{ccccccc}]$\phantom{.}_t$ ╲ $\phantom{.}^x$& 0 & 5 & 10 & 15 & 20 & 25\\0 & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref \\5 & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref & \ansref \\\end{table} 

## Overview table classes

Remark: If one class doesn't work for you, please let us know. Not all table classes are available for all themes yet.

Currently available classes are: genuine, simple, butcher, items, layout, grid, crosstab, right, bottom, left, top.

There are no preview pictures for the classes right, bottom, left, top. They are based on grid but right adds a line between the last column and the rest of the table, bottom adds a line between the last row and the rest of the table, left adds a line between the first column and the rest of the table and top adds a line between the first row and the rest of the table. Those four classes can be combined as required. E.g. \class{top left right} or \class{top left} (same as simple).

### Preview

Remark: 'genuine' is the default table class. If you don't provide the optional argument, 'genuine' will be used.