How To Create A Tab Table With The Ruler In Word For Mac


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Creating a tab table with the Ruler

The first step to setting up the tab table is setting up tab stops. Word offers two ways to do this: with the ruler and with the Tabs dialog. In this video we will use a ruler to set up a table similar to the product list we looked at earlier. We are going to start with a blank new document. If you don't have one showing pull down the File menu, choose New Blank Document or press Command+N. So I have got my document opened and I have also turned on nonprinting characters so I can see the tabs and the returns that I type. Let's take a closer look at the ruler.

Again at the bottom of the ruler you can see these little tiny gray marks and these marks are the default tab stops. At the very far left end of the ruler you will see that there's a menu of different types of tabs. Left is a standard tab. Text is left aligned to the tab. Centered is a center tab. Text is centered at the tab. We are going to use two of these. Right is a right tab. Text is right aligned at the tab and we are g...

Creating a tab table with the Ruler
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Creating a tab table with the Ruler 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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