What macro is used on the official Confluence to make those nice lists/tables?

We're starting to add a lot of documentation to our on-premises Confluence. One of the things I liked when looking at the official Confluence documentation were the lists/tables they have. What macro is used to do the lists in the official Confluence documentation?

For example: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/writing-user-macros-4485.html Under "Create a User Macro", the list/table that's below the "To add a new user macro", I love how the table looks and I would like to be able to recreate it in my Confluence.

We're using 5.9.5. Thanks.

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I am not exactly sure. It could be the Bob Swift Advanced Tables macro or something custom with CSS because all they are doing is removing the left and right border from cells and only leaving the top/bottom border. Then they just bold the text in the first column. 

They're using a specific theme. I'd assume it's what's written at the bottom - Scroll Viewport.

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or, you can just insert horizontal rule when you need to -

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