does any body know how to this kind of coloured boxes in latex? I have tried, but i failed dramatically

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  • welcome to TeX.SE! please, show to us, what you tray so far and where you stack. otherwise this is "do-it-for-me" question ... which have low probabilities to be answered.
    – Zarko
    Apr 3, 2017 at 21:30
  • Relevant tex.stackexchange.com/a/5365/124842
    – Bobyandbob
    Apr 3, 2017 at 21:42
  • As a minimum, please provide code that replicates a standard table we can use as foundation...
    – Werner
    Apr 3, 2017 at 21:56
  • sorry well, before this replay i had try this sequence that i had search in the internet \begin{tcbitemize}[raster columns=4,raster equal height, colframe=red!75!black,colback=red!5!white,fonttitle=\bfseries] \tcbitem[squeezed title={Eventos}] \end{tcbitemize} And work is not bad, the ting is wit this i got 4 separate colored boxes as you can see but i was unable to replicate this one that i wanted.
    – cristian
    Apr 5, 2017 at 14:50

1 Answer 1


Like this?

[1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/v224a



{   \renewcommand\tabularxcolumn[1]{m{#1}}
\color{white}   Event           &   \color{white}  Number of Years Ago
                                    &   \color{white}   Number of Days Ago on Calendar
                                        &   \color{white}   Date/Time on calendar   \\
xxx                             & y & y & Jan. 1, 12 am     \\
xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx & y yy yyy yyyy yyyyy
                                    & y & Jan. 1, 12 am     \\
xxx xxx xxx                     &   &   &                   \\
xx xxx xxxx xxxxx           &   &   &                   \\

Real content of table and selection desired row colors I left to you :).

  • Thank you very much, sorry for not posting what i ad done. I had other way, but they didn't like what i did. I had four separate coloured boxes one next to the other, that i knew how to do it but i could,'t do what you just did thanks.
    – cristian
    Apr 5, 2017 at 15:37

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