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Hour 6. Advanced Word 2002 > Adding Tables to Your Documents

Adding Tables to Your Documents

Word's report-creation power shines when you see how easily you can compose customized tables of information in Word documents. Tables are collections of information organized in rows and columns. Tables might contain numbers, text, even graphics, or combinations of any of these. Each row and column intersection is called a cell. As you begin to use both Word and Excel, you might want to embed part of an Excel's worksheet into a Word table. Embedded worksheets enable you to report financial data from within Word. (Hour 7, "Excel 2002 Workbooks," introduces Excel.)

Creating a New Table

To create a new table, perform these steps:


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