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Easy Microsoft Word 2010 by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter

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Chapter 7. Adding Tables

Tables are a great way to organize data and other types of information in a document. Their structure, based on columns and rows that intersect to form cells, make tables ideal for listing and organizing text, pictures, or even creating page layouts. By default, tables do not print with any borders, but you can choose to add them to give your tables even more visual impact. Word’s tables are incredibly flexible, and you can easily add and subtract columns and rows as you need. You can also dress up your tables with formatting to make them attractive and complementary to the rest of your Word document. This chapter shows you all the ins and outs of building tables.

Inserting a Table

You can use tables to organize ...

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