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Chapter 9. Creating and Formatting Tables > Working with the Structure

Working with the Structure

One of the biggest advantages of tables is that working with the information is easy. You can enter and edit text in a cell just as you do in a document. After you enter the information, you can manipulate it and format it to your heart’s content. This section focuses on working with the structure of a table—adding rows and columns, adjusting column widths, moving and copying information, and joining and splitting cells.

Adjusting the Column Widths

When you create a Word document, certain default settings are in place. Likewise, default settings are in place for tables:


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