A table is an element you insert into your document, so Word 2010’s Table commands are found on the Ribbon’s Insert tab, in the aptly-named Tables group. Word comes with an assortment of predefined, formatted[more…]
Text pours into a table in Word 2010 on a cell-by-cell basis. Each cell of a Word table can have its own paragraph format and its own set of tabs. Groups of cells, rows, and columns, and the entire table[more…]
If you started working on your Word 2010 document before you discovered the Table command, you probably have lists set up using tabbed text. If so, you can easily convert that text into a bona fide table[more…]
To format a table in Word 2010 — maybe adding a row, adjusting the width of a table element — you can use Word's Table Tools tabs after the table has been created. The Table Tools tabs show up only when[more…]
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