Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Organizing Text in Tables
2. Select the Different Odd & Even Pages check box in the Options
group.
Word displays a header or footer with the name Odd Page Header or
Even Page Footer .
3. Click the Close Header and Footer icon.
4. Switch to another page.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 to define the other odd or even header.
If an odd page number originally appeared in Step 2, switch to an even
page number (or vice versa) for Step 5.
Deleting a header (or footer)
In case you want to get rid of a header or footer, you can always delete it by
following these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Click the Header or Footer icon in the Header & Footer group.
A pull-down menu appears.
3. Click Remove Header (or Remove Footer).
Word removes your header or footer.
Organizing Text in Tables
Tables organize text into rows and columns, which can make it easy to type,
edit, and format text while spacing it correctly in your document. Tables
organize text in cells, where a cell is the intersection of a row and a column.
Word provides four ways to create a table:
Click the Insert tab, click the Table icon, and then highlight the number
of rows and columns for your table (up to a maximum of eight rows and
ten columns).
Use the Insert Table dialog box.
Draw the size and position of the table with the mouse.
Convert existing text (divided by a delimiter character such as a Tab
or comma).
 
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