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Office 2016 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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8. Working with Tables, Columns, and Sections

Many of the documents you create require you to arrange information on the page in ways other than the typical paragraphs you find in a simple business letter. For example, you might need to show sales data 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.

Word makes adding tables to your documents relatively simple. It also enables you to create columns on a document page or pages. You might run into a situation when you need to display a large table (in terms of columns) on a page in Landscape view, but you need to have the other pages in the document remain in Portrait orientation. Or you might want a document ...

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