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 tf-macro [23/01/2019 01:16]ganesh tf-macro [16/05/2019 10:56] (current)ganesh Both sides previous revision Previous revision 16/05/2019 10:56 ganesh 23/01/2019 01:16 ganesh 23/01/2019 01:11 ganesh created 16/05/2019 10:56 ganesh 23/01/2019 01:16 ganesh 23/01/2019 01:11 ganesh created Line 1: Line 1: Usually it is unusual to have too much tables in document typesetting. But when such situation occurs or even for notmal typesetting that contains complicated table arrangement,​ it is not trivial to setup a table evironment in TeX/LaTeX. It is where either conventional document processing software shines like Libreoffice Calc or Writer. Else once can use LaTeX based LYX tool for typesetting,​ where most of the work is done for us. Usually it is unusual to have too much tables in document typesetting. But when such situation occurs or even for notmal typesetting that contains complicated table arrangement,​ it is not trivial to setup a table evironment in TeX/LaTeX. It is where either conventional document processing software shines like Libreoffice Calc or Writer. Else once can use LaTeX based LYX tool for typesetting,​ where most of the work is done for us. - When there is a situation where we have to manually do the work, thankfully a [[https://​extensions.openoffice.org/​en/​project/​calc2latex-macro-converting-openofficeorg-calc-spreadsheets-latex-tables|macro ​to convert]] the available table in spread sheet into TeX table. + When there is a situation where we have to manually do the work, thankfully a [[https://​extensions.openoffice.org/​en/​project/​calc2latex-macro-converting-openofficeorg-calc-spreadsheets-latex-tables|macro]] ​to convert ​the available table in spread sheet into TeX table. The process : The process :