In this video, learn how to use a table to arrange objects on a page in a document. You will know how to place objects in cells, align cell contents, and change table borders to hide the table and create the effect of perfect alignment.
- [Instructor] In this week's work tip,…we're going to look at how you can use tables…in Microsoft Word to arrange things on your page.…We're going to work with this file, LH_Guide 012,…it's in your exercise files if you have them.…If you don't, try working with one of your own documents.…We have a title up here on this one-page document.…We have some text, and we have some images.…That's it for this single-page document.…But things don't look nice on the page,…and we can use tables to arrange things…using the cells in a table.…
That's what we're going to do right now.…If your cursor's not flashing right over the sentence…"You'll feel at home", just click there,…because that's where we're going to insert our table.…We'll do that by going up to Insert.…Next, we'll click the Table dropdown.…And now we need to decide how many columns and rows we need.…Well, I think we should have a row for the smaller images,…a row for the text, and a row for the big image.…That's three rows.…And because we have three images,…I think we need three columns as well.…
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