Working with Parallel Columns


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Working with Parallel Columns

Parallel columns differ from newspaper style columns in the way that they flow. Instead of falling down one column and up to the next, they flow across. So for example, if you have a list of some kind let's say an inventory of parts or ingredients one column might just be where the item number goes then in the middle column, maybe a description and that description could go down for multiple lines of text. And then maybe the third column would be a simple number. And although the middle column might span more than one line while the others do not, you still want all of the items to line up with one another without having to adjust the text yourself.

To achieve this style in Word, you'll actually use a table, a table with no visible lines. So let's do this. So first we're going to open up a document that's been started for you, you can click the Office button and then Open, navigating to the lesson 16 folder of your exercise files. You'll find inventory 16A, give it...

Working with Parallel Columns
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Working with Parallel Columns provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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