yes you can
Here is a video tutorial http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-create-tables-in-excel on how to make a table in Excel.
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It can be beneficial in some instances to have several smaller tables for outdoor dining instead of a single large table. Smaller tables create a more intimate setting. They also make it easier to use citronella candles in a more effective way. The candles will repel mosquitoes much more efficiently if there are a few candles spread across several small tables. This will leave guests much happier in outdoor areas that have mosquito problems.
An eight foot pool table is considered a decent size. Smaller tables present easy shots but tend to have tighter packed balls, where as larger one make shots more difficult.
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You can use the Create Table Wizard, a Make Table Query or a Data Definition Query as ways that are built into Access to create tables.
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93 appears in 4 of the times tables: 1 times table: 1 × 93 3 times table: 3 × 31 31 times table: 31 × 3 93 times table: 93 × 1
Yes, you can add just about as many tables as you like. Recommend you separate the tables with an empty column to make the tables easier to identify.