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Understanding Tables

If you have worked with a spreadsheet application such as Microsoft Excel or Lotus 1-2-3, you may find working with tables similar to working with a spreadsheet. A table is simply a grid of columns and rows. The intersection of a column and a row is a rectangular or square box called a cell. Each cell is independent and can be sized or formatted. Figure 18.1 shows an example of a table of data that was created and formatted by using the table feature.

Figure 18.1. Producing tables with a professional look is simple in Word.



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