Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Working with Borders
Formatting a Table
2. Clickthecoloryouwant.
Word shades your selection with the color you chose.
Figure 3-8:
When you shade
parts of a table, you
can choose colors
related to your
document’s current design
using Theme Colors—
or pick whatever
colors you like. Click
More Colors for an
even broader palette.
Working with Borders
A basic table is a grid with borders around all sides and between the rows and
columns to define each cell. You can show or hide any or all of those borders to give
your table the look you want. (Borders still exist if you hide them—they’re how
Word knows where each cell begins and ends—you just make them invisible.) Select
the table (or the part of it you want to work with), and then do this:
1. SelectTableTools|Design Borders(Alt,JT,B).
The Borders menu, shown in Figure 3-9, opens, giving you all the possible
options for showing and hiding borders, both outside and inside the table.
Current borders are highlighted.
Figure 3-9:
Show or hide any
of the borders in
your table using the
Borders menu.
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