Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 3.1
To continue entering information in the table:
1. Type ISDN , and then press the Tab key to move to cell B2.
2. Type $50 to $60 , and then press the Tab key to move the insertion point to cell A3.
3. Type the remaining information for the table, as shown in Figure 3-20, pressing the Tab key
to move from cell to cell. You’ll change the column widths in the next session.
Figure 3-20
Table with completed information
Trouble? If a new row (row 5) appeared at the bottom of your table, you pressed the Tab
key when the insertion point was in cell B4, the last cell in the table. Click the Undo button
on the Standard toolbar to remove row 5 from the table.
4. Save your work.
Keep in mind that many document-editing features, such as the Backspace key, the copy-
and-paste feature, the Undo button, and the AutoCorrect feature, work the same way in a table
as they do in the rest of the document. You will edit and format this table in the next session.
Session 3.1 Quick Check
Review
1. Define the following in your own words:
a. section break
b. cell
c. table
d. header
e. tab stop
2. Explain how to insert a new tab stop.
3. Describe a situation in which you would want to divide a document into sections.
4. Explain how to center the title page vertically between the top and bottom margins.
5. What is the difference between a header and a footer?
6. How do you insert the page number in a header?
7. Describe how to insert a blank table consisting of three columns and two rows.
8. How do you move the insertion point from one row to the next in a table?
9. Describe a situation in which it would be better to use a table rather than tab stops.
10. Explain how to select an entire table.
To reinforce the tasks you
learned in this session, go
to the SAM 2003 Training
Companion CD included
with this text.
 
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