Adding and removing columns


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Adding and removing columns

Adding either rows or columns to our table is easy in Word 2010, and it's equally easy to remove columns and rows. For example, to insert a new row at the bottom of our table, I simply click in the last cell in the last row, and press Tab. I automatically get a new row. If I want to remove rows, I can simply select, right-click and delete them. Inserting a column is a little bit trickier because our table already takes up the entire width of the page.

So, when I add a column, Word is going to make its best guess at how to change the widths of these existing columns in order to make it all fit. I want to add a column to show whether the store is a store that's opened Monday-Friday, or whether it's opened seven days. So, I'm going to insert a column. I can either insert it to the left of Employees or to the right of Established. In either event, if I want to insert to the left of Employees, I select Employees, right-click, and choose Insert > Columns to the Left, or on the ...

Adding and removing columns
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Adding and removing columns provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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