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I'm not aware of broad support for CSS-based tables among web browsers, and I believe the answer is no.
It is possible to create a CSS-based layout in Fireworks (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/fireworks/articles/export_css_images.html), but if you're using slices in the traditional way and exporting as "HTML and Images", the result will be an HTML-based table.
I thought all modern web browsers supported CSS based tables and HTML based tables are considered outdated. Aren't CSS based tables the standard now OR do you mean something different?
Using CSS to add styling to tables is a modern, standards-based approach. However, I'm thinking of a particular set of CSS display properties that somehow mimic table structures. It's been quite a while since I looked at these; I don't know what they're current status is in terms of the specification or browser support:
HTML-based tables have always been appropriate for tabular data. The use of tables for layout (e.g., with slices) is another story. That's why efforts have been made to add support for CSS-based layouts in Fireworks (first via a SmartCSS extension in CS3, and then directly via the Export dialog in CS4 and later).
It may be a terminology issue here. With CSS it uses divs that can mimic a tble layout but it isn't actually a table. using the CSS export option will export a CSS layout