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This is the fifth video in a series of 21 by Dr Vincent Knight of Cardiff University; it shows how to include tables in your LaTeX documents using the tabluar environment. Through a short example you'll see how to include rows and columns with horizontal and vertical dividers, and with different alignment of text within the cells.

This video builds on from the previous tutorial where we saw how to add bullet points and numbered lists.

To create your own copy of the file used in this video, click here to open the 'Tables example'.