Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 8: Creating and Formatting Tables
Creating and Formatting Tables
Creating a new table
Moving around in a table
Selecting rows, columns, and cells
Editing a table’s structure
Applying table styles
Formatting table cells
Copying tables from Word
Copying worksheet cells from Excel
You can type tabular data — in other words, data in a grid of rows and columns — directly into
a table or import it from other applications. You can also apply much of the formatting that
you learned about in Chapter 5, “Formatting Text,” and Chapter 6, “Formatting Paragraphs and
Text Boxes,” but there are some special methods that you must consider when working with tabular
data. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to create and manage PowerPoint tables and how to insert
tabular data from other sources.
Creating a New Table
A table is a great way to organize little bits of data into a meaningful picture. For example, you
might use a table to show sales results for several salespeople or to contain a multicolumn list of
team member names.
Text from a table does not appear in the presentation’s outline.
There are several ways to insert a table, and each method has its purpose. The following sections
explain each of the table creation methods. (Methods that involve using other programs, such as
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