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CHAPTER 7: MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD 2003 > 7.5 WORKING WITH TABLES

7.5 WORKING WITH TABLES

Tables are one of the most powerful features of Microsoft Word. They provide a means of presenting information in an organised and attractive manner that displays text in a grid of rows and columns of cells.

In Microsoft Word 2003, tables can be created in number of ways.

  • Select Insert from the Table menu and then choose Table from the pop-up menu to display the Insert Table dialog box (see Figure 7.29), from where you can choose the number of columns and rows required in the document. Note that you can always add or delete columns and rows at a later stage.
  • Another way of creating a table is to click the Insert Table button (imgepub) on the Standard toolbar. Drag the mouse along the grid, highlighting the number of rows and columns for the table (see Figure 7.30).

  

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