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Re: Table Formatting

Hi Daniele,
Use GridBox. It has more advanced formatting options.
Here is a small example for you to start with
    FontFamily -> "Times", FontColor ->
              Hue[Random[]], FontSize -> 12] & /@ {"Cell1", "
              Cell2", "Cell3"}}, Table[i*
                j, {i, 3}, {j, 3}]], GridFrame -> True, RowLines -> {2,
             ColumnLines -> True]
On 11/29/05, Daniele Lupo <danwolf80_no_spam_ at> wrote:
> Hi to all...
> I'd like to know if there's a way to create a function
> FormattedTableForm[list_] that works like TableForm, but that creates
> borders for every cell of the table. This will be one step more to use
> Mathematica to write my thesis... :-)
> Thanks for answers
> Daniele

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