Good table tools for the Macintosh
Good table tools for the Macintosh are relatively rare.
JollyGoodTables is a the US localization of the Japanese word processor RakuRakuKeisen which specializes in creating and editing tables.
To put it simply, with JollyGoodTables you create a table skeleton as you would in a drawing application, and fill the cells of the table with text.
In contrast to a spreadsheet application, however, in JollyGoodTables cell sizes and styles, as well as text styles, font, size, and horizontal or vertical text justification, etc. Are freely configurable. You can copy and paste across multiple cells, set individual text margins for each cell, and even nest cells or graphic objects and pictures created in JollyGoodTables or other software inside cells.
One of JollyGoodTables' most exciting features is the option to adapt the printing resolution to your printer's to achieve jaggy-free high quality print-outs.
Since JollyGoodTables supports publish and subscribe you can use it to include tables in documents of applications that do not provide a table editing feature.
JollyGoodTables also handles data copied from spreadsheets or tab delimited text.
If you are frequently dealing with tables, JollyGoodTables should come in quite handy.
JollyGoodTables is shareware. You can try JollyGoodTables as long as you like but with a single restriction: The unregistered version will not allow you to open files created more than 30 days ago.
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