This video explains how to work with columns in a Word document, and it shows several ways to add tables to the document.
- [Instructor] Another common task or type of formatting…you may want to apply to your documents…is to split your pages into columns.…Rather than having text that runs from the left margin…all the way to the right,…which can be fatiguing if there's a lot of text to read,…you can place your text into columns…so that the reader's eyes don't have to travel as far across…the page as they're making their way through your document.…If you're working along with me,…I'm using the document called columns…found in the exercise files folder.…One of the nice things about working with columns in Word…is that you can add them at any time,…and you can also play around with different column…configurations to find the layout that looks best to you.…
Let's go to the Layout tab.…And here, we'll find the Columns button.…This is similar to what you'll find in Google Docs.…In Docs, you'll find the column settings…under the format menu, and you get the choice of one,…two, or three columns for your layout.…And it works pretty much the same way here in Word.…
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- Purchasing Word vs. subscribing
- Navigating the Word interface
- Creating and formatting documents
- Inserting columns and tables
- Configuring AutoSave
- Co-authoring in Word
- Using Word Online and the Word Mobile app