In fill-out mode, a table that allows users to add rows, and sometimes columns. For example, a data-entry table on a financial form might have a column called Hard Savings and a column called Soft Savings. Users enter the monthly savings as rows. If the data-entry table was set up with repeating columns, then users could add columns as necessary, for example, for estimated savings.
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