You could spend a whole afternoon fine-tuning columns and rows to position a cell just so. After spending a little time working with tables, perhaps you'll find yourself wishing for some kind of magic table cell that you could just draw and place anywhere on your page. Well, in a way, you can. Instead of using table cells, use a layer.
Older browsers don't support layers. Instead, viewers using browsers that predate IE 4.0 or Netscape 4.0 will likely see a hapless jumble of text and images. If you know you'll have a lot of such visitors, you shouldn't use layers and may want to turn off absolute positioning options altogether. To do this, select Tools Page Options and click the Authoring tab. Turn off the CSS 2.0 (positioning) checkbox.