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1. Multiple Columns on a Page

1.1. Text Example

Radio from wikipedia
Originally, radio or radiotelegraphy was called "wireless telegraphy", which was shortened to "wireless" by the British. The prefix radio- in the sense of wireless transmission, was first recorded in the word radioconductor, coined by the French physicist Édouard Branly in 1897 and based on the verb to radiate (in Latin "radius" means "spoke of a wheel, beam of light, ray"). "Radio" as a noun is said to have been coined by the advertising expert Waldo Warren (White 1944). This word also appears in a 1907 article by Lee De Forest, was adopted by the United States Navy in 1912 and became common by the time of the first commercial broadcasts in the United States in the 1920s. (The noun "broadcasting" itself came from an agricultural term, meaning "scattering seeds widely".) The term was then adopted by other languages in Europe and Asia. British Commonwealth countries continued to mainly use the term "wireless" until the mid-20th century, though the magazine of the BBC in the UK has been called Radio Times ever since it was first published in the early 1920s.
And the next paragraph from wikipedia
In recent years the term "wireless" has gained renewed popularity through the rapid growth of short-range computer networking, e.g., Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), WiFi, and Bluetooth, as well as mobile telephony, e.g., GSM and UMTS. Today, the term "radio" often refers to the actual transceiver device or chip, whereas "wireless" refers to the system and/or method used for radio communication, hence one talks about radio transceivers and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), but about wireless devices and wireless sensor networks.

1.2. Graphic Example

Entry Window pre-Enter
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Entry Window post-Enter
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2. Setting the Table

2.1. Simple table

header column 1 header column 2 header column 3
row 1 column 1 row 1 column 2 row 1 column 3
row 2 column 1 row 2 column 2 row 2 column 3
row 3 column 1 row 3 column 2 row 3 column 3
row 4 column 1 row 4 column 2 row 4 column 3

2.2. Fancy Table

header column 1 header column 2 header column 3
row 1 column 1 row 1 column 2 row 1 column 3
row 2 column 1 row 2 column 2 row 2 column 3
row 3 column 1 row 3 column 2 row 3 column 3
row 4 column 1 row 4 column 2 row 4 column 3

2.3. Fancy Table in a Box

Box Title
Sample Fancy Table
Page Up = speed up Ctrl+Shift+F1 =Record CQ Alt+G = Grab call from stack
Page Down = speed down Ctrl+Shift+F* =Record F-key message Alt+T = RX/TX toggle

2.4. Sorting by Columns in a Fancy Table

Quantity Vegetables Fruits
10 onions apples
10 cucumbers lemons
100 carrots oranges
10 tomatoes water melons
50 peas strawberries
Last Modification: 27 September 2017 07:23:04 EDT by K8UT.