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Chapter 9. Creating and Formatting Table... > Entering Text and Navigating in a Ta...

Entering Text and Navigating in a Table

Appearances to the contrary, each cell in a table can contain more than one line of text. In fact, as you enter text, Word wraps all the words within the confines of the cell, adding lines to the row to accommodate what you type (see Figure 9.5). The remaining rows are not affected by the wrapped text so you can start to see how each row can be formatted independently of the others.

Figure 9.5. Word wraps all the words within the boundaries of the cell and adds lines if necessary.



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