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If you need a complex table rather than a simple one, you can draw it yourself To draw a table, follow these steps: 1 Choose Insert | Tables | Table | Draw Table Word changes the mouse pointer to a pen If the window is in Draft view, Word switches it to Print Layout view 2 Click in the document where you want one corner of the table to appear, and then drag diagonally to the opposite corner, as shown here You can drag diagonally in any direction After you create the rst part of the table, Word adds the Table Tools section to the Ribbon and displays the Design tab
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3 Click and drag to draw other lines as needed to create the table layout you need
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To change the line style, choose Design | Draw Borders |
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Line Style, and then choose the style from the Line Style panel
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Draw Borders | Line Weight, and then choose the weight from the Line Weight panel
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To change the pen color, choose Design | Draw
Borders | Pen Color, and then choose the pen color from the Pen Color panel
To erase an existing line, choose Design | Draw
Borders | Eraser, and then click each line you want to erase with the eraser mouse pointer To cancel the eraser, press ESC or choose Design | Draw Borders | Eraser again
Enter Text, Navigate, and Edit in Tables
To enter text in a table cell, click in the cell, and then type the text You can also enter other items in table cells For example, to insert a picture, choose Insert | Illustrations | Picture, select the picture in the Insert Picture dialog box, and then click the Insert button To enter a tab in a table cell, press CTRL-TAB
Navigate from Cell to Cell
You can navigate easily from one cell to another by using the mouse Alternatively:
Press TAB to move to the next cell and select any contents it has (but not the end-of-cell
marker) Press to collapse the selection to the beginning of the cell or to collapse the selection to the end of the cell
Press SHIFT-TAB to move to the previous cell and select its contents Press to collapse the
selection to the beginning of the cell or to collapse the selection to the end of the cell
Press or to move through the contents of a cell one character at a time
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From the beginning of a cell, press to move to the previous cell From the end of a cell, press to move to the next cell Press to move to the previous line or paragraph in the cell From the first line or
paragraph of the cell, press to move to the row above of the cell, press to move to the row below
Press to move to the next line or paragraph in the cell From the last line or paragraph
Select Parts of a Table
You can select parts of a table by dragging with the mouse, but Word also provides these tools for selecting quickly:
A vertical cell-selection bar at the left edge of each cell
When you move the mouse pointer over the cell-selection bar, the mouse pointer changes to a thick black arrow pointing up and to the right, as shown here:
A table-selection bar to the left of the table s leftmost
column When you move the mouse pointer over the table-selection bar, the mouse pointer changes to an arrow pointing up and to the right, as shown here:
A column-selection bar just above any column When
you move the mouse pointer over the column-selection bar, the mouse pointer changes to a thick black arrow pointing straight down, as shown here:
A table button that appears at the upper-left corner of
the table when the mouse pointer is over the table, as shown here:
To Select This A cell A column A row Do This Click in the cell-selection bar Click in the column-selection bar Drag left or right to select multiple columns Click in the table-selection bar beside the row Drag up or down to select multiple rows Click the table button Or Choose Layout | Table | Select | Select Cell Layout | Table | Select | Select Column Layout | Table | Select | Select Row
The entire table
Layout | Table | Select | Select Table
Insert and Delete Cells, Rows, and Columns
You can delete cells, rows, and columns from a table as needed But before you do, you should know that Word lets you delete the contents of a cell, row, column, or table without deleting the item itself
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Understand the End-of-Cell Markers and End-of-Row Markers
If you make Word display formatting marks (choose Home | Paragraph | Show/Hide or press CTRL-SHIFT-8), you ll see a mark like a letter o with corners at the end of each cell and each row, as shown here
The marks at the end of the cells are the end-of-cell markers and store any formatting applied to the cell The marks at the end of the rows are the end-of-row markers and store any formatting applied to the row When you select an entire cell, you select the end-of-cell marker as well, even if it is hidden If you copy that cell and paste it into another location, the formatting comes too
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