This is my first question here. I hope I can explain it clearly enough.
I'm creating a tabular with an uneven amount of content in its columns and I'd like for the columns containing fewer rows of material to be vertically centered against those with more.
A simple example (easily solvable with the
multirow package) would look something like this:
A | B ___________________ | Blah Hey sup | Blah | Blah
But if I had two rows of content in column A, I would like for their general shape to still be vertically centered against column B, meaning that the individual rows of column A would not align with any counterpart in B, but would be floating somewhere between two.
Put another way, if every row is 20 vertical units high, I would like the two lines of text in column A (40 vertical units) to contain 10 units of padding above and below them for a more centered positioning against the three rows (60 units) of column B.
The solution can be manual and dirty. It doesn't have to automatically calculate differences between columns. The program I'm writing will take care of that. But all the better if there is a really elegant answer to this.
Thanks in advance.
This was a foolish question. If the items in the lesser row are stacked towards the top, like this:
A | B ___________________ Hey sup | Blah Hey man | Blah | Blah
multirow will absolutely handle it as it should. My problems stemmed from improper formatting of column A. It works fine now:
Sorry that my first question here was such a dumb one!