Mnementh Mnementh - 1 year ago 130
LaTeX Question

How can I combine cells in a row in a latex-table?

In a table I want to combine some of the columns, but not in all rows. How can I realize this with LaTeX?

Answer Source


Where the arguments are

  1. Number of columns to merge
  2. the justification and formating string (just like you use in the table header, i.e. "|c|" or the like)
  3. The contents to put in the merged columns

This command simply replaces the <number> columns and is used inline.

Addition: This is also how you change the formatting of a single field in only one row of the table. Just use \multicolumn{1}{<new format>}{<contents>}.

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