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PostSubject: Food prices and items in different shops   Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:10 pm

Which? supermarket. Which? product/item. I couldn't be bothered trying to find out the difference between SuperValu beans and Bachelors or whatever and I'd rather ask someone. I'm sure there's always people out there who love to talk about and catalogue these things.

This thread could also be an exercise in inserting tables into posts. Like this:
Supermarket
Tescos
SuperValu
Dunnes
Aldi
Lidl


Item
Beans
50c
50c
50c
50c
50c



The table icon is in the fourth group of buttons above and looks like a calculator. When you press it it asks you to enter the number of rows and columns. The table will appear very small like the ones to the right of Lidl but they expand when you put text/spaces in. Also, if you point your mouse arrow at the table and click once you will get some arrows appear with an x in a circle in the middle. These will allow you to delete and expand rows and columns.

Tables can be handy for stats and all sorts of stuff. Try it yourselves.
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