Learn how to create a table for the purpose of keeping text paragraphs of varying lengths aligned horizontally and vertically. Also learn how to hide borders to create the effect of no table at all.
- [Instructor] Have you ever had to work with content…in a Word document that needed to be broken up…into multiple columns, but in those columns,…items needed to stay lined up with one another?…If you try to use newspaper columns,…you're going to have difficulty when you start…adding and removing content, and keeping things lined up.…Like we see in this sample document…you'll find in your Exercise Files,…called LH Conference Room Wishlist.…You can see we have model numbers,…descriptions, and quantities,…and every one of these items stays lined up…with one another, even though in the middle column…the descriptions have several lines of content.…
There's actually three different items being listed…here in three columns.…The easiest way to keep things lined up…is to actually put them into a table.…That's what we're working with here,…even though we don't see borders and lines…around each of the cells in our table.…We're going to recreate this in this week's Word Tip,…and we're going to do it in another document…I've provide for you, you can switch over to…
Skill Level Intermediate
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Outlook 2016 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton2h 49m Beginner
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