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    If the intention is only about boldfacing, then yes: use CSS to style the TD with a bold font weight.

    But the question was whether STRONG and EM could be used for a lone word in a table cell. They can, but only if the intention is emphasis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AutisticCuckoo
    But the question was whether STRONG and EM could be used for a lone word in a table cell. They can, but only if the intention is emphasis.
    that's basically what i said way earlier

    "how appropriate is emphasis or strong emphasis if the word is all by its widdle self?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by r937
    "how appropriate is emphasis or strong emphasis if the word is all by its widdle self?"
    I see what you mean, but that lone word in its widdle cell might be surrounded by other cells on all sides (more rows, more columns). Perhaps this particular piece of tabular data should be emphasised, e.g., because it indicates some extreme or unusual value.
    Birnam wood is come to Dunsinane


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