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Table Section Properties Window
The Table Section Properties window allows you to configure the sections of an E-shaped table. To display this window click the Sections... button on the Table Properties window for an E-shaped table.
An E-shaped table has 1 horizontal ('top' or 'head') section and between 2 and 25 vertical ('sprig' or 'leg') sections. Use the Configuration field to set the number of sprigs.
Uncheck the all sections left-right symmetrical box if you want to put different numbers of seats on the left and right side of any section.
Units are the units set in the Table Properties window.
The first section listed is always the top section. The remaining sections are the sprigs, from left to right. Each section has the following properties:
•Name: The section name. Can be left blank.
•Seats across: The number of seats horizontally. For the top section the seats are at the top, for the sprig sections the seats are at the bottom.
•Seats down (all sections left-right symmetrical checked): The number of seats vertically on each side.
•Seats down left (all sections left-right symmetrical unchecked): The number of seats vertically on the left side.
•Seats down right (all sections left-right symmetrical unchecked): The number of seats vertically on the right side.
•Auto size: Check to set the size of the section automatically.
•Size across: The size of the section horizontally in Units. Uncheck Auto size to set this manually.
•Size down: The size of the section vertically in Units. Uncheck Auto size to set this manually.
•VIP: Check if you want the automatic seat assignment to seat VIP guests preferentially in this section.
Click Add to add a new section.
Click Delete to delete the selected section.
Click Up to move the selected section up one row.
Click Down to move the selected section down one row.
Preview shows what the table will look like.
Total size is the size of the bounding rectangle containing the table (but not the chairs) in Units.
Total seats is the total number of seats for the table.