Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Selecting Different Parts of a Table
Moving a table : Switch to Print Layout view and drag the table selector
(the square in the upper-left corner of the table).
Choosing your preferred font and font size : Entering table data is
easier when you’re working in a font and font size you like. Select the
table, visit the Home tab, and choose a font and font size there. Select
a table by going to the (Table Tools) Layout tab, clicking the Select
button, and choosing Select Table on the drop-down list.
Quickly inserting a new row: Click in the last column of the last row
in your table and press the Tab key to quickly insert a new row at the
bottom of the table.
Book II
Chapter 4
Here are some shortcuts for moving the cursor in a table:
Moves the Cursor to
Next column in row
Previous column in row
Row below
Row above
Start of row
End of row
Alt+Page Up
Top of column
Alt+Page Down
Bottom of column
Selecting Different Parts of a Table
It almost goes without saying, but before you can reformat, alter, or diddle
with table cells, rows, or columns, you have to select them:
Selecting cells: To select a cell, click in it. You can select several
adjacent cells by dragging the pointer over them.
Selecting rows: Move the pointer to the left of the row and click when
you see the right-pointing arrow; click and drag to select several rows.
You can also go to the (Table Tools) Layout tab, click inside the row you
want to select, click the Select button, and choose Select Row on the
drop-down list. To select more than one row at a time, select cells in the
rows before choosing the Select Row command.
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