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Formatting a Table

A uniform background color isn't always the best solution. For example, if you have a large table with a lot of columns, it might be easier for the reader to follow particular rows of information if your table uses alternating background colors for each row. Or perhaps you just want to have a different color in the first row or column (or both) to pull out the key terms that organize the data. Either way, you can use a color template to format your table, regardless of the number of cells it contains, or their arrangement.

Format a Table Quickly

Click the View menu, click Page, and then open the Web page you want to use.

Click the table to select it.

Click the View menu‚ point to Toolbars‚ and then click Tables.

Click the Table AutoFormat Combo button list arrow on the Tables toolbar.

Click the table format style you want.


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