Inserting tables and choosing preset formats


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Inserting tables and choosing preset formats

One of the best ways to organize content in a publication is to use a table, which allows you to put text and numbers into rows and columns. And that's what we are going to do in this chapter, starting right now with inserting a table into our TTCalendar1 publication. Calendars are a great example where you need to have different rows and columns for the various types of content. So here in our document, or publication, we have a blank area on the right-hand side, a perfect spot to insert our table. To do that, you can see we have, from the Home tab on the Ribbon, under Objects, we have a Table button that allows us to insert a table.

We can also go to the Insert tab if you happen to be there, and there is a Tables group. It's the same button. When you click this button, you can then choose to either select the cells, by moving your mouse pointer over a certain number of rows and columns, or use the Insert Table button down at the bottom, which will allow you to type in the number of...

Inserting tables and choosing preset formats
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