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How to Insert a Blank Table in Word 2007

You can add a table to your Word 2007 document, using either a grid in a drop-down menu or a dialog box. The grid method is the fastest way to create a simple table, although it is limited to eight rows and ten columns. If you prefer the dialog-box approach, you can pick any number of rows and columns for your table.

Creating a Word table using the Insert Table button

  1. Position the insertion point where you want to insert the new table.

  2. Select the Insert tab, and then click the Insert Table button in the Tables group.

    A drop-down menu appears, displaying a table grid.

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  3. Drag the mouse down and across the grid until the correct number of columns and rows are selected.

  4. Release the mouse button.

    Word creates the table at the insertion point.

Using the Insert Table command in Word 2007

  1. Position the insertion point where you want to insert the new table.

  2. Select the Insert tab, and then click the Insert Table button in the Tables group.

    A drop-down menu appears.

  3. Click the Insert Table command.

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    The Insert Table dialog box appears.

  4. Specify the number of columns and rows you want to create in the Number of Columns and Number of Rows fields.

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    If you create the same type of table regularly, check the Remember Dimensions for New Tables check box.

  5. Click OK.

    Word creates the table at the insertion point.

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