Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 19-2: Creating a 4-by-3 table.
See the later section, “Text in Tables,” for filling in your table.
The right-brain approach to creating a table
When dialog boxes make more sense than using menus and graphical goobers, choose
dialog box to manually enter the number of rows and columns you need. Click the OK button
to plop down your table.
The completely left-brain approach to creating a table
Free your mind from the constraints of conventionalism, clutch a crystal, and use the
mouse to draw a table inside your document: From the Table menu on the Insert tab, choose Draw
Table. The insertion pointer changes to a pencil, as shown in the margin. Drag the mouse to “draw”