Could you post a screen shot to show what you mean? I'm not following how the text is left aligned and centered at the same time.
I need my table's content to be left aligned, but then centered within their column. I need this because when I center align the table's content, it creates jagged edges on each side, we want to keep the table clean and organized by having the content line up to the left, but then to be distributed into the center of the cell.
I did this table with tabs, but we would like to avoid changing each table by hand. If there's a way to apply this style to the table - it would be great to know.
You just want a left cell indent...
Just what Peter said, but to format the whole table in one go you have to do at least three calculations for the first three rows. The case for the fourth row is different. You have to determine a kind of threshold, if the width of the column head exceeds a specific limit and act upon.
A script could do the calculations reliably and format cell indents accordingly in one go, if you can formulate the rules clearly. If you want even white space accross all cells of the last row, it's getting a bit complicated, but not impossible.