Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Organizing Text in Tables
Creating a table by highlighting
rows and columns
Creating a table by highlighting rows and columns can be fast, but it limits
the size of your table to a maximum of eight rows and ten columns. To create
a table by highlighting rows and columns, follow these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Move the cursor where you want to insert a table in your document.
3. Click the Table icon.
A pull-down menu appears, as shown in Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-3:
The Table
pull-down
menu
displays
squares that
represent
the number
of rows and
columns for
your table.
4. Move the mouse pointer to highlight the number of rows and columns
you want to create for your table.
When you highlight rows and columns, Word displays your table
directly in your document so you can see exactly what your table will
look like.
5. Click the left mouse button when you’re happy with the size of
your table.
Creating a table with the
Insert Table dialog box
Creating a table by highlighting the number of rows and columns can be fast,
but it limits the size of your table to a maximum of eight rows and ten
columns. To create a table by defining a specific number of rows and columns
(up to a maximum of 63 columns), follow these steps:
 
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