TT003 – Text Table 003 – Side-Heading Tables
Instead of a typical horizontally oriented, side-heading table, try this layout. Or instead of a bulleted list that has sub-bullets, try this layout. It works well and is more "designy" than most tables or lists. The heading cells in the first column work equally well containing text or an icon or picture. The series example uses both. This layout works best if there isn't a large amount of text (especially in the first column); better to use short or medium-sized text strings. These text tables are pretty and blend well with the styles in tt001 and tt002.
This example was produced in PowerPoint 2007. All effects are achievable in pre-PowerPoint 2007 except for the shadow behind the photo, but you can add the round shadow in de001 or de002 if you want shadows behind any photos you choose to use.
Key search words: side-heading tables, horizontal tables, bullet alternative
Refer to the tutorial for formatting tips.
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