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Part 2: Reinforcing Your Message with Ta... > Organizing Concepts in Tables

Chapter 13. Organizing Concepts in Tables

Creating Effective Tables403
Creating a Simple Table404
Entering Table Data408
Editing Tables409
Resizing Tables414
Enhancing Your Tables with Formatting418
Adding Borders and Shading421
Working with Table Properties423
Sorting Your Table Data426
Working with Functions in Tables428
Converting Tables to Text429
Changing Text to a Table430


Word 2003 might surprise you with the flexibility it offers when it comes to creating tables. You can use the left-brained approach—planning your table, choosing the right number of columns and rows, and designing it to an exact specification—or you can use the rightbrained approach—just click Draw Table on the Tables And Borders toolbar and draw what you want on the page.


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