[OS X TeX] suppress vertical line in table

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Sun Feb 24 12:53:25 EST 2008

On Jan 28, 2008, at 1:20 PM, Ross Moore wrote:

> Alain, suppose your {tabular} has 6 columns.
> Then instead of starting the contents with  \hline
> for the top row, use  \cline{2-6}  .
> (That makes the "hole" in the top line for you.)
> Now for that first cell use  \multicolumn{1}{...}{.....}
> where the first {...} is the layout specifier for this cell.
> e.g. if you had  |c|  for the column, now use  just  c| .
> (Ergo, skip the first vertical line.)


Sorry it took me so long: I had to keep on writing and so left the  
issue to when I would be reading.

Grateful regards

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