# Latex Tabular Center

February 10, 2022

Latex Tabular Center. Latex offers great functionality to create professionally looking tables. Inside the environnment, each column is separated by &.

I'm creating my first document in latex and i need to create a table with 1 row and 3 columns, where the first and last column must be centered horizontally and vertically. The tabular environment provides additional flexibility; But the text no change !!

### Here We Use {C C C} Which Tells Latex That There Are Three Columns And The Text Inside Each One Of Them Must Be Centred.

My latex tabular looks like this \\begin{table} \\centering \\begin{tabular}{clll} \\toprule \\multirow{2}*{name} &amp; Since version 2.0, if i remember well, multirow accepts a number. Open this example in overleaf.

### \Documentclass {Article} \Usepackage {Geometry} \Usepackage {Multirow, Booktabs.

The tabular environment is the most basic way to create a table in latex and doesn't require any other packages. If the entries in each column are wide, having left or right aligned content without centering the header looks strange (it leaves lots of whitespace in the header). Its first argument contains what we call a preamble which contains a definition of each column.