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Adding Tables

Tables, like bulleted and numbered lists, are another great quick-look feature that break up the long sections of text in your document and add visual interest to the page. A table can also be very useful in helping readers understand information quickly. Reading a detailed, four-page description about the new products in your spring catalog might be helpful for salespeople who have lots of time to kill and want to learn every subtle nuance of your latest line additions, but a table highlighting the key sales features, costs, and specifications of each of those items is a great way to help people grasp important information quickly.

Word makes it easy for you to create, format, and modify tables in your document. You begin in one of two ways: by using the Insert Table tool or by choosing Insert from the Table menu.


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