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Adding Information to a Table
Adding Information
to a Table
Figure 3-4:
You can start with
your data and use
it to build a table. In
this example, tabs
separate columns
and paragraph marks
separate rows. The
Convert Text to Table
dialog boxes uses this
information to set up
the table.
Adding Information to a Table
When you’ve created a table in your document, all you have to do to add information
is click any cell and start typing. You move around inside a table a little differently
than you move around a document, as Table 3-1 shows, although pointing and
clicking with the mouse will always put the cursor where you want it.
Table 3-1. Keyboard shortcuts for working with tables
Action
Keyboard Shortcut
Select next cell
Tab
Select previous cell
Shift+Tab
Jump to the first cell in a row
Alt+Home
Jump to the last cell in a row
Alt+End
Jump to the first cell in a column
Alt+Page Up
Jump to the last cell in a column
Alt+Page Down
Create a new paragraph within a cell
Enter
Insert a tab within a cell
Ctrl+Tab
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