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Once you get used to working with Table AutoFormat, you might discover that you like some styles more than others. Perhaps you like light shading behind columns but find it distracting in heading rows. You might prefer one color to another, or perhaps a certain font matches the standard design of your business documents. You can modify an existing AutoFormat to create a new style that accommodates the settings you like best. Follow these steps:
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1 Click in the table that has been formatted with the Table AutoFormat style you want to
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2 Choose Table, Table AutoFormat. The Table AutoFormat dialog box appears, with the
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current AutoFormat style selected in the Table Styles list box.
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3 Click Modify. The Modify Style dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 13-9.
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Figure 13-9. You can modify an existing Table AutoFormat style to create a unique table style.
4 Enter a name for the new table style.
Name table styles memorably Name any new styles you create in such a way that you ll be able to identify the style later. For example, you might choose to name a new shaded table BlueShade1 if that will help you remember what is unique about that style.
5 By default, the table style already applied to the table (if applicable) is shown in the
Style Based On list box. Click the arrow and choose a different style if you want to change the format the new style is based on.
6 In the Formatting section, choose the item you want to modify.
Note For those times when you want to modify only a single element of the table format (for example, removing the bold from the last row in the table), choose just the item you want to change, select the new format settings, and click OK.
7 Make your formatting changes in the Modify Style dialog box. When you re finished,
click OK to return to the Table AutoFormat dialog box and then click Close to return to the document. Your changes will be reflected in the table.
Organizing Concepts in Tables Note If you want to add the new Table AutoFormat style you create to the template for this document, select the Add To Template check box in the Modify Style dialog box. Tip Create your own table style The process of modifying an existing Table AutoFormat isn t too different from creating your own from scratch. To create your own AutoFormat table style, click Table AutoFormat on the Tables And Borders toolbar to display the dialog box; then click New. The New Style dialog box appears, containing all the same choices you worked with in the Modify Style dialog box.
Adding Borders and Shading
Borders and shading are two of those fun Word features in which the caveat a little goes a long way is particularly meaningful. Think carefully about how and why you ll use borders, shading, and colors, and then create the table effect to match your thoughtful vision.
Using Borders: Do s and Don ts
Applying borders to your documents isn t rocket science, of course. But by following these simple guidelines, you can make sure your use of borders is a help to your readers, rather than a hindrance. Do Use a border to set a table off from surrounding text. Create a type of border that gives the reader s eye a rest. Use gridlines when your table includes columns of numbers. Don t Create a heavy, overwhelming border that crowds the text. Mix heavy line weights, dark colors, and multi-line styles for traditional documents. Use designer lines as a grid in the center of your table.
Choosing Borders
Word provides a number of border styles for your table. When you want to add a border to your table, follow these steps:
Border Color
1 Click anywhere in the table. 2 Click Border Color on the Tables And Borders toolbar. The Borders And Shading dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 13-10.
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Figure 13-10. Choose from a number of preset border styles in the Borders and Shading dialog box.
3 Select the Setting type you want to use. Word offers five different choices:
None Doesn t apply a border to the table. Box Draws a boundary around the table. All Includes an outer border and an internal grid between table cells and
applies a shadow format and current style and width settings to the table.
Grid Creates a three-dimensional effect with an internal grid. Custom Enables you to create a custom border, using the settings you select in
the Preview section. You might, for example, elect to have only top and bottom borders for your table and forgo any side boundaries or gridlines.
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