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  1. I like the look of the new software, and it seems pretty intuitive to use. One of the things I and a client upgraded Serif Page Plus for was the tables which could be linked so the data could flow between separate sections and pages as layout adjustments are made (much in the same way that text flows within text frames). I'd love to see this as an option, and I know my client finds this essential in her work.
  2. I'm in the process of creating an offer folder - and stuck a bit on the tables. It would be useful for Affinity to have tables (eg Excel). In addition, it would be useful to perform simple operations in tables, such as adding, subtracting, percentages, etc. (as in Excel). Many users would be happy to help them work on projects such as folders, pricelists, etc. When will this feature be available?
  3. camloken

    Tables

    I've been using Illustrator since version 1.0 and they still don't have a good way of creating tables. You don't know how useful this is until you've had to create a table in Illustrator by hand. Create a table tool and have your basic cell alignment tools (especially vertical centering). You could also add cell spacing, padding, and cell merging. Also allow users to export it with all the styles to HTML (you could also convert it to <div> tags to future proof yourself). Now that would be useful and Adobe doesn't even have this feature.
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