Clicking the Table tab in the notation window converts the notation to table form.
Table notation is useful in games that have very dense opening lines. You should also use it if you merge a number of games from a particular variation.
At the bottom of the table notation you will find the "footnote" window: clicking a move in the table displays the rest of the game and all variations here. If you are using the cursor keys to navigate, the cursor will jump into the footnote when you hit the right edge of the table.
The fonts of both sections of the notation can be modified independently.
Using the print repertoire function will produce a printout that looks much like the table notation.