How To Create A Cell Table In Word For Mac


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Creating a cell table

Word offers two ways to create tables of information. Tab tables, which I cover in another chapter, and cell tables, which I'll cover in this chapter. A cell table is a grid that you can enter text and other content into. Each cell of the grid is like a tiny word processing document that supports multiple lines of text and word wrap. Cell tables are far more flexible than tab tables, because they offer more options for layout, formatting, and design. Let's see how this works. We're going to start by creating a table with four columns and five rows.

Word offers a number of ways to do this. One way is to use the Table Drawing tool to draw the table. Choose Table > Draw Table. The mouse pointer turns into a drawing tool. You can then drag in your document to create the outside boundaries of a table. So maybe it might look a little bit like this. Once that's done, you can drag to create column boundaries and row boundaries. So I can just drag down here and I can put in my colum...

Creating a cell table
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Creating a cell table provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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