Chapter 6. Creating Tables

It’s easy to create tables in Word documents. With the click of a button, you can create and begin entering information into a table. Tables can be included in sales reports, research projects, or data analyses. Or a table can consist of only a list of names and phone numbers. We’ll discuss the simplest means of creating tables first, and then move on to building more complex tables.

The procedures in this chapter assume that you’re working with an existing Word file. If you don’t have a document open, do one of the following:

  1. To add a table to an existing document, choose File > Open, press Creating Tables, click the Open toolbar icon, ...

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