Creating a table to organize text


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Creating a table to organize text

A Table looks a lot like an Excel Spreadsheet in your Word Document. A table has rows and columns and cells, just like a Spreadsheet. Each cell can contain text, and text automatically wraps within a cell. The cell height increases to make room for all of the text that you add. Tables allow you to position blocks of text in relationship to each other and to the page. Tables can also be used for layout. There are five ways to insert a Table.

All of them begin on the Insert tab of the Ribbon. You can choose Insert Table and draw your Table essentially, drag to cover the number of rows and columns that you want to include in your table. Make sure that you get the number of columns right, because as you'll notice, Word is taking the entire width of the page and dividing by the number of columns that you've selected. Therefore, it's a little harder to insert a column later. You'll have to adjust the columns that are already in place. You don't care as much how many rows th...

Creating a table to organize text
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Creating a table to organize text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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