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I would like to create a table like so.

| field 1 | field 2    | field 3        | field 4 |
|         |------+-----|-----+-----+----|         |
|         | sub 1|sub2 | xx  | yy  | zz |         |
|---------+------+-----+-----+-----+----+---------|
|         |      |     |     |     |    |         |
|         |      |     |     |     |    |         |

Is there any way that emacs org mode to create such a table.?

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There is a table.el program written by takota that was cited as a solution to this problem on January of 2015 here.

I tried it out, and it seemed to be closer to working in emacs 22 than in emacs 24. I'm on a mac, so I have both versions installed.

I've been messing around with it for over an hour and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.

table.el can be downloaded from sourceforge.

  • i am new to emacs, just migrated from vim. should i just extract table-1.5.54.el.gz and paste it as table.el inside .emacs/ folder ? – arvindh May 4 '16 at 8:16
  • table.el is installed by default on the latest emacs. – DJJ May 4 '16 at 17:40
  • im sorry, im new to emacs, and im running emacs 24.3.1. if it is installed by default, how do i call them. – arvindh May 9 '16 at 6:19

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