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< Tables Overview

This mighty table mode is called "natural tables" or "automatic tables". I'd call it "HTML tables", because it's very similar to them. They're especially suited for XML conversions.

Beware: every element must use \b ... \e!

You find a lot of samples in enattab.pdf

\bTR \bTD[nr=3] 1 \eTD \bTD[nc=2] 2/3 \eTD \bTD[nr=3] 4 \eTD \eTR
\bTR \bTD 2 \eTD \bTD 3 \eTD \eTR
\bTR \bTD 2 \eTD \bTD 3 \eTD \eTR
\bTR \bTD[nc=3] 1/2/3 \eTD \bTD 4 \eTD \eTR
\bTR \bTD 1 \eTD \bTD 2 \eTD \bTD 3 \eTD \bTD 4 \eTD \eTR

You get automatic page breaking with the option [split=yes].