Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding tables, charts, and other objects, part of Learning Word 2016.
- [Voiceover] There are plenty of other elements…that you can add into a Microsoft Word…document beyond text and pictures.…We're not going to get in depth with all…of these items, that's really for the…essential training course but I do want…to give you the basics of adding elements…like tables, charts, and other media.…Now first I want to scroll down all the…way to the bottom of this document…and we want to start a new section…where we can drop in our other media.…So I'm going to click on the end of the…last line, I'm going to go to the layout ribbon,…going to do a new section, want to make sure…this is set to one column and I'm going to go…back to the home ribbon and make sure…we're aligned to the left. Great.…
So now the insert ribbon is where…we go to insert new objects.…So of course I can come here to add a…picture to my document, we saw that in…another movie, but I want to talk about tables,…which are probably the next most popular thing.…So here on the insert ribbon there's…a button for table, I'm going to click on that…
- Explain why you should sign in to your Office 365 account when using Word.
- Recognize options for formatting a document in Word.
- Name benefits of using styles in a document.
- Recall a way to insert a picture into a document.
- Identify where to click in order to make a format change to an entire table.