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Friday, March 13, 2009

Create a Simple Table in Microsoft Word

Tables present complex information in an easy-to-read format. You can insert text, numbers and graphics in tables. These instructions work for Microsoft Word 97 or 98.

Go to the Table menu and select Insert Table. The Insert Table window opens.
Select the number of rows and columns you want in your table.
Select the column width (up to 22 inches) or choose Auto to have the column width adjust automatically, making the table extend across the width of the page.
Select the AutoFormat button to select one of Word's preformatted table styles. The Table AutoFormat window opens.
Click one of the styles in the Formats box in the upper-left side of the window.
Preview each format, after selecting it, in the Preview box in the upper-right side of the window.
To customize a preselected format, select or deselect the borders, shading, font, color, heading rows, first column, last row and last column boxes.
Select AutoFit, and Word will automatically fit the table to your page.

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