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Office 2013 All-In-One Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Patrice-Anne Rutledge

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11. Adding Tables and Charts

Tables in their simplest form are a grid of interconnecting rows and columns. The areas made by this interconnectivity are called cells. You can fill cells with text, numbers, artwork and pictures, or even with other tables. You can choose to create tables with or without borders, or add borders around certain cells, add background shading, and numerous other options.

Tables present data in an easy-to-read fashion. For example, you might need to present side-by-side lists in a document, or type up a household budget, create a form, or even design a web page. Because a table’s columns and rows are so easy to resize the ...

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