Chapter 8Working with tables, columns, and sections

Options for adding a table

Formatting tables

Sorting table data

Using formulas in tables

Adding columns to a document

Understanding sections

The type of documents that we create in Microsoft Word dictates how information is arranged on the pages of a particular document. For example, you might need to show sales data in a report that is best displayed in a table format, or you might need to create a newsletter that requires your text and images to appear in columns. Because we often create documents that require text and even images to be arranged on the page in ways other than the typical paragraphs you find in a simple business letter, we often finds ourselves working with tables and columns ...

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