Using tables in the advanced template editor | HR Web Platform

Overview

You can use the Advanced Template Management feature to add tables to your organisations HR documents. You can also use this feature to edit a table if the information needs updating or to delete a table you no longer need in your templates. To read details on how to access the Template Management feature, please refer to this article.

Availability

HR Plan:   Premium   Platinum
  User Access:   Employee         Manager         Admin      

  We base the default access level on a per user basis and whether they have  view,  edit and  delete access and excluding any changes made via our Custom Security feature.

Getting started

The below premises will walk you through how to create a table.

Create a table
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Click the   Table button.
    Table_1.jpg
  3. Complete the following fields:
    • Rows.
    • Width.
    • Columns.
    • Height.
    • Headers.
    • Cell spacing.
    • Border size.
    • Cell padding.
    • Align.
    • Caption.
    • Summary.
  4. Click the Ok button.
  5. Click either the Return button to exit the editor or the Edit button to make further changes.
    Table_2.jpg
Add a table row
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs a row added.
  3. Click the Row button. 
  4. Click either the Insert Row Before or Insert Row After button.
    Table_3.jpg
Add a table column
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs a column added.
  3. Click the Column button. 
  4. Click either the Insert Colum Before or Insert Column After button.
    Table_4.jpg

Maintain

The below premise will walk you through how to edit your table properties and/or delete a table.

Edit table properties
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs properties edited.
  3. Click the   Table Properties button. 
    Table_5.jpg
  4. Make the required changes and click the OK button.
    Table_6.jpg
Delete a row
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs a row deleted.
  3. Click the Row button. 
  4. Click the Delete Rows button.
    Table_7.jpg
Deleting a column
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs a column deleted.
  3. Click the Row button. 
  4. Click the Delete Column button.
    Table_8.jpg
Delete the whole table
  1. Open the required advanced editor document.
  2. Right click on the table that needs deleting.
  3. Click the Delete Table button.
    Table_9.jpg

Author recommended

So you have now managed your advanced template tables and you are now wondering, what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:

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