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Lesson 18. Using Word Tables > Understanding Tables and Cells

Understanding Tables and Cells

A Word table is made up of vertical columns and horizontal rows—a tabular format. The intersection of a row and a column in a table is called a cell. A tabular format gives you flexibility to arrange text and graphics in an organized fashion. Tables enable you to enter and work with information in a self-contained grid.

Word makes it easy for you to create and edit a table of any size with any number of columns and rows. In addition to editing text or graphics in a table, you have access to several formatting options related to the table itself, such as row and column attributes and the capability to easily add or delete rows and columns from the table.


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