In another thread interest has been expressed in lining up sets of data. This is normally difficult because forum software deletes unnecessary spaces. So if data is attempted to be lined up using spaces, the spare spaces are automatically deleted. The forum coding that allows some text formatting is done using BBCode (Bulletin Board Code). The BBCode is a very small set of the codes found in HTML (the coding that allows web pages and applications to be constructed). The only BBCodes that can be used in CCS are found in the FAQ and Help sections. The codes are here. Most of the applications of BBCodes are found in the menu bar when composing a post. However some of the functions of BBCodes are not found in the menu. One of them is how to construct a Table to align data. SievertSvea123Green Box1965OptimusSvea123Red & White Box1970OptimusSvea123Lemon Box1972OptimusSvea123RRed & White Box1973The coding to construct the table has three sets of coding. The first is TABLE and /TABLE which are the instructions to start and end a Table. The second is TR and /TR which start and end a Row in the table. The third is TD and /TD which is TABLE DATA which is inserted in a Row. Each pair of TD and /TD give a Column in the Table. Here is the coding used to construct the above table. The spaces and indents are there so that you can more easily see how the codes are used. They can be missed out. I actually used the following code, which is the same as the one above, but set out differently. It would be good if the table lines could be transparent, but as far as I know the BBCode does not allow it. Other language coding, such as HTML, are supposed to be able to used within BBCoding but I have briefly tried it and could not get it to work. Others could experiment and if successful could add to this post.