Could you show us a few screenshots of what you believe are
"good-looking Excel 2010 tables"? (e.g. via Sorry I do not
have Excel 2010.

I feel this post is more like a matter of style, so it is likely to be
a personal matter of taste. Anyway, I'd like to see what is a
beautiful table in your eyes.

Yihui Xie <>
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On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 4:17 PM, Michael <> wrote:
> Thanks Liviu.
> I actually knew Latex... so it's not a problem for me.
> But honestly Latex tables cannot compete with Excel 2010 tables in
> looks... the latter are for business users and for managers...
> I am looking for a fast/convenient way to generate those tables... Thanks!
> On 12/7/11, Liviu Andronic <> wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 7:43 PM, Janko Thyson
>> <> wrote:
>>> I like knitr. IMHO Yihui really came up with a killer package there:
>> If we're talking about nice, I'll chip in for LyX. It has support for
>> Sweave, and will soon support knitr. This eliminates (most of) the
>> burden of learning LaTeX.
>> Liviu

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