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Chapter 9. Tables: Organizing Your Pages > Working with Table Properties

Working with Table Properties

In Word 2000, Microsoft has delivered more control over tables than ever before—and brought it together in a single dialog box called Table Properties. From here, you can control all these options, and more:

  • Table height and width

  • The height of individual rows

  • The width of individual columns

  • The alignment of your table on a printed or Web page

  • Whether text should wrap around your table, and if so, how it should wrap

  • The vertical alignment of text within individual cells

  • Whether a header row should repeat across multiple pages

  • Cell margins, and whether any individual cells should have unique margins


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