Here you set the layout of the data values and you also define the number of decimals to be shown and potential units do be displayed in the value cells.
The number of decimal places, text color and the text bold style is also available in the shortcut menu.
Here we see the Data values panel and corresponding settings in the shortcut menu.
Here you select if the Base size shall be displayed or not. If the result is weighted you can also select to show the weighted or the unweighted base size.
Here we see the Base size panel, as shown below it is also available in the shortcut menu.
Here you select if borders will be displayed or not and also the styling of these. You can add both a table border and cell borders.
A cell border option is also available in the shortcut menu.
Here we see the Border panel, a border setting is also available in the shortcut menu.
Here you select the cell colors. To use same color in all cells set the same color in both color pickers, to use a striped layout set two different colors and these will be alternated.
Here we see the Cell color panel, with this setup the row colors will alternate in grey and white.
The row headers can be styled differently than the data value cells in the table.
To apply a different style in the row headers select the option “Style” as shown in the image below, then you activate the formatting options to be styled differently in the header, the non-active options will follow the general table formatting.
Here we see the Row header styling panel.
The column headers can be styled differently than the data value cells in the table.
To apply a different style in the column headers select the option “Style” and then you activate the formatting options to be styled differently in the header, the non-active options will follow the general table formatting.
Row height and column width
Here you set the row height ad column width. By using the full width and height the table will always fill the whole object, if the setting is turned off the minimum row height and column width will be used.
Here you set the cell margins. You can set the all four margins (top, bottom, left and right). By using the margin option in the shortcut menu all four options are increased/decreased with a single click.
Here we see the cell margins panel.
Here you select the style of Filter text below the table, you can also select to hide the filter text.
This panel appears only when Filters are applied to the table.
Here we see an example of the filter text which is displayed below the table.
Here you select the font to be applied to the table, all labels in the table are affected by this selection.
Table title and Footer
Here you can add, and style, a title and a footer to the table.
Here we see an example of a table title.