Table heading alignment

Subject: Table heading alignment
From: Sean O'Donnell-Brown <s-odonnell-brown -at- BGU -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 23 May 1994 16:27:02 -0600

Any opinions or documentable guidelines about the alignment of the headings
of table columns? I remember once hearing that if the data/entries in the
column of a table were aligned a given way (left, right, center, etc.), the
headings should be aligned likewise.

Thank you in advance for your insightful responses,

Sean (O'Donnell-Brown)
Writer and Editorial Assistant
Curriculum Publications Clearinghouse/NCRVE-MDS
Macomb, Illinois U.S.A.
s-odonnell-brown -at- bgu -dot- edu

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