Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Entering an equation in an email message.
Working with Tables
A table can be very useful for organizing and presenting information. Outlook provides you with
several ways to create a table in an email message. You access these by clicking the Table button on
the Insert ribbon.
Drawing a Table
When you click the Table button on the Insert ribbon, Outlook displays the menu shown in
Figure 6.17. The quickest way to insert a table is to drag your mouse over the grid to highlight the
desired number of table rows and columns. Outlook inserts a blank table of the specified size and
you can start entering data.
Another way to draw a table is to select the Draw Table command on the Table menu. This
command gives you more flexibility in creating a table with an unconventional row/column structure
as shown in Figure 6.18.