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A table displays records as rows and fields as columns. In tables that are linked to a theme, called theme attribute tables, each record represents a single feature and each field represents a single attribute for that feature.
You can edit tables to add new records and fields, update record values, and delete records and fields. And, like themes in a view, all fields in a table do not have to display. You can hide fields if you like. You can also assign different names (aliases) to fields to make the field names more descriptive. For example, instead of having a field called Pop2000, you can create an alias and call the field Population 2000.
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