{tabularx} is a package that defines an environment tabularx, an extension of tabular which has an additional column designator, X, which creates a paragraph-like column whose width automatically expands so that the declared width of the environment is filled.

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Last cell in complex table not behaving

I am having a hard time figuring out why the text in the last cell on each row of this complex table I am creating is not positioning correctly. As you can see from my code, the issue only occurs when ...
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How to create a dashed line in tabularx environment

I've been looking into this, and I have encountered two main "solutions": \usepackage{arydshln} As decribed here. And this one: \usepackage{dashrule} As described in this other post. However, ...
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table with tabularx and multirow

While using tabularx and multirow I tried to import this table (made with Word) in LaTeX: but it's not really working. It seems as if there isn't enough space for the text, but shouldn't taburlarx ...
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Vertically center text in tabularx table [duplicate]

How to center text vertically in this table? \begin{center} \begin{tabularx}{\linewidth}{ | c | X | X | } \hline \textbf{Date} & \textbf{Name} & \textbf{Sign} \\ \hline ...
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Color lines tabularx add padding? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Color changes cell height in tabular The following latex table contains two rows. The rows are identical, except for the greeen color in the first cell in the second ...
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ltablex + \caption[]{…} = error or bug?

I'm writing my thesis with the document class scrbook from koma-script and want to use the package ltablex (= longtable + tabularx) for setting long tables with automatic page break calculation. Now, ...
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tabular tabularx automatic linebreak (p/m/b doesn't work as expected)

The following snipped should break at the end of the column \begin{table}[hb] \begin{tabular}{|l|p{.5\textwidth}|} \hline \bfseries Col 1 & \bfseries Col 2\\\hline \hline Line ...