Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Insert a table from Word or Excel, part of Creating Reports in Word 2016.
- [Instructor] After we have all of the text…in our document, and we formatted it, and applied a theme,…worked with our paragraph spacing and our margins,…we're ready to illustrate our document.…I have a few things I'd like to add to this report.…I have some tables and some charts.…And when I click the insert tab,…you'll see everything that we can add to the document.…In this chapter and the next,…we will be spending a lot of time on the insert tab.…Because this is where we add, not just pictures,…and charts, and screen shots,…but also where we're going to add headers and footers…and page numbering.…
This is where we move from having a document…that is purely text to a document that is truly beautiful…and illustrated as well.…I'd like to show you first how to add a table to a document.…We don't have a need for a regular table here…but it's nice to know how to do this.…If I had a table that I wanted to add here,…I'd simply click on the table drop down and choose…either insert table, or select the amount of the table…
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- Outlining your report
- Applying styles and themes
- Inserting tables, pictures, and charts
- Dividing reports into sections
- Inserting a table of contents
- Proofing your report