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D&D Homebrew Tables Tutorial
So you want to make a table for your homebrew and want it all colorful and stuff, but you just don't have the patience to learn all that code?
Well do I have good news for you. Here is a quick and easy tutorial to make your table look awesome.
Things you will need:
- Abilty to Copy-Paste
- A Spreadsheet program (google drive has a free one if you don't)
Step 1: Switch Modes.
SpoilerYou see that blue button inside the big red circle with the arrow pointing at it in the picture below?
Did you press it? Good. On to the next step.
Step 2: Get the base.
Now open up this in a new tab.
Highlight the text inside the table ...
And Copy-Paste it into your spreadsheet program. Like so.
Now fill that out however you want, and when you are done go to the next step.
Step 3: More Copy-Paste!
Now highlight your finished product...
And Copy-Paste it to The forum page you had in step 1. Make sure The button in the corner is not blue.
Step 4: A Bit of Refining.
Now turn the Blue Button back on to change it back to text.
It should look something like this.
Now turn the blue button back off.
Now press this Button here.
Now it should pop up this.
Adjust the width to whatever you need(some where around 750 is usually right)
Change the Table Style to Full Grid.
And boom you are done.
avatar by me!
If you are going to shorten my name go with "Akaz" instead of "Aka" its less confusing.
Also I may End up Capatalizing the BEginning of words, or mispelleing them interly.
Think nothing of it, I just REALLY suck at typing.(Those examples were on purpose, though.)
Homebrew Table Tutorial