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Chapter 20. Using Tables > Adding a Table to a Document

Adding a Table to a Document

When creating a new table, you have two basic choices: Either Word can draw the table for you, or you can draw it yourself. When Word draws the table for you, you are subject to the following restrictions:

  • You specify the number of columns (to a maximum of 63) and rows (up to 32,767).

  • You define how the table fits on the page, using one of three options: the table can fill the page; or each column can have the same width; or each column can automatically expand to accommodate the contents of the widest cell.

  • Rows start out one line tall, but automatically get taller, if necessary, to hold text or graphics.


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