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Within the documents you compose in Notion, you'll likely want to present tabular information without the complexity databases. The
Table block does just that.
Let's explore how to create and customize these "simple tables."
Tablelike any other block, by clicking
/table. By default, a new
Tableis 2x3 with no formatting.
Tableblock by clicking its
⁝⁝menu and selecting
Turn into simple table.
Tableto a database from its
Table, you'll see its primary menu at the top-right. At any time, clicking the double-arrow extends the
Tableto the full width of the content area, with equal column widths.
Header column. Doing so shades the top row or leftmost column.
Optionsdropdown of the
Table's primary menu.
:::menu specific to each row or column. Hover over the row or column to reveal the icon.
Table, it the
Header rowis automatically enabled.
:::menu for a column or row, you can duplicate, delete, clear, or add an adjacent column or row.
+bar that appears when you hover over the last column or row.
+at the bottom-right corner of the
cmd/ctrl + bto apply formatting to all of its cells.
:::menus, you can rearrange rows and columns.
Tableswork just like the
Textproperties of databases or individual
@-mentionpages, people and dates.
shift + return/enter).
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