Information keyed into a table/cell.
The intersection of a row and a column.
Information/text arranged in the middle of a cell or page
Headings that are centered directly above each column in a table. Keyed in initial caps, bold, and centered.
The vertical arrangement of information in a table.
The vertical and horizontal lines in a table
Information lined up on the left side of a cell or page.
The main heading for the table, which is keyed in the center, bold, and all capital letters.
Information entered into a cell that contains only numbers.
Information lined up on the right side of a cell or page.
The horizontal arrangement of information in a table.
the secondary level heading keyed a double space below the main title. Keyed in initial caps, bold and centered.
Note of reference that is left aligned under the last row or in the last row of a table, identifying the source of the information shown in the table.
A grid of rows and columns used to display and organize information.
Information entered into a cell that contains alphanumeric information.