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2 3 4 5 6 7 Table 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Figure 10-3. Using the Tables and Borders toolbar · Convert normal text to a table using Table Convert Text to Table. All of these methods are detailed later in this chapter. No matter which creation method is used, though, Word opens the Tables and Borders toolbar (Figure 10-3), which contains most of the tools used to create and manipulate tables. These tools are described here briefly for reference. Details on the tools can be found throughout the chapter, as the commands on the toolbar duplicate many of those found on the Table menu. 1. Draw Table. This button turns the pointer into a pencil used to draw a table in freehand. It performs the same action as the Table Draw Table command. 2. Eraser. This button turns the pointer into an eraser. Click any line in the table to remove it. This is mainly used to merge cells by removing the dividers between them, an action also performed by the Table Merge Cells command, covered