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Chapter 12. Structuring and Organizing I... > Changing a Table's Structure or Form...

Changing a Table's Structure or Formatting

As you begin to edit the contents of your table, you may find that you want to adjust its structure or formatting. This may include

  • Changing the column widths and row heights, perhaps to accommodate more or less information than you originally anticipated, or to adjust Word's automatic settings.

  • Adding or deleting rows or columns, again to accommodate more information (or less).

  • Merging two or more cells into one, perhaps to create complex table designs that are often used in forms.

  • Splitting one cell into two or more.

  • Changing the appearance of individual cells or the entire table.


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