Create an E-shaped table

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You can create an E-shaped table (and other complex tables types) by composing it from basic tables shapes.

Typically you will use a head table plus a banquet table for each 'sprig'. If you need to add guests at the end of the banquet tables you can use custom tables instead.

See the Masonic sample table plan shipped with PerfectTablePlan for an example of an E-shaped table plan.



Set the Inside and Outside colours of the tables the same in the paint_16Fonts and Colours window so that you won't see where the tables overlap.
Set the Seats drop-down list at the top of the Floor Plan pane to Name only banquet for a name layout that is easy to read and makes good use of space.