Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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What’s Next?
3. You can use the displayed formula as is or highlight and erase the existing formula,
type = in the Formula box, and click the Paste function arrow. Choose the function
you want to use. The function is added to the Formula box, and parentheses are
supplied.
4. Click OK to close the Formula dialog box. Word will then calculate the answer and
display it in the table cell.
Controlling Table Breaks
I f you are working on a large table and know that the table will be divided among
several pages, you have some additional choices to make. If you want to specify that
your table breaks at a particular point, click in that row to position the cursor and then
display the Table Properties dialog box (alternatively, right-click the table and choose
Table Properties). Click the Row tab. Next, select the Allow Row To Break Across Pages
check box to instruct Word to insert the page break at that point in the table. If you
want that row to be repeated as the header row on subsequent pages, click Repeat As
Header Row At Top Of Each Page.
What’s Next?
This chapter showed you how to quickly add, edit, and format professional looking tables
in Word. The next chapter enables you to display your ideas more visually, using SmartArt
diagrams and charts.
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