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point to another cell in the table, you can either click in that cell or use the Tab key.
Figure 3-18 summarizes the keystrokes for moving the insertion point within a table.
Keystrokes for moving around a table
To move the insertion point
One cell to the right, or to the first cell in the next row
One cell to the left, or to the last cell in the previous row
To the first cell of the current row
To the last cell of the current row
To the top cell of the current column
To the bottom cell of the current column
One cell up in the current column
One cell down in the current column
Now you are ready to insert information into the table.
To insert data into the table:
1. Verify that the insertion point is located in cell A1 (in the upper-left corner).
2. Type the heading Type of Connection .
3. Press the Tab key to move to cell B1. See Figure 3-19.
Entering text in the table
pressing Tab moved
insertion point to cell B1
text entered in cell A1
Trouble? If Word created a new paragraph in cell A1 rather than moving the insertion
point to cell B1, you pressed the Enter key instead of the Tab key. Press the Backspace key
to remove the paragraph mark, and then press the Tab key to move to cell B1.
4. Type Monthly Charge , and then press the Tab key to move to cell A2. Notice that when
you press the Tab key in the last column of the table, the insertion point moves to the first
column in the next row.
You have finished entering the heading row, the row that identifies the information
in each column. Now you can enter the information about the various WAN options.