word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

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ӹTo split cells Mouse

1. Select the cell(s) you wish to split 2. Go to the MERGE group on the LAYOUT ribbon and click the SPLIT CELLS button.

ӹTo merge cells Mouse

1. Select the cells you wish to merge. 2. Go to the MERGE group on the LAYOUT ribbon and click the MERGE CELLS button.

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Advanced tables ӹTo split Table Mouse

1. Click in the row that you wish to be the first row of the split table. 2. Go to the MERGE group on the LAYOUT ribbon and click the SPLIT TABLE button. 3. The table will split above the row your cursor is in.

Table sizes and alignment

The columns, rows and positioning of a table on the page are all adaptable. Some of the techniques for getting the best results when changing these options are outlined below.

Advanced Column Width Techniques

When you adjust the width of a column, Word proportionately resizes the other columns to the right so that the overall table width does not change. However it is possible to be more precise about how the remaining columns should be affected.

• The SHIFT key allows the width of a column to be altered and increases the overall width of the table accordingly.

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Advanced tables To increase the width of column 1, click over the column boundary and drag it with the mouse…

Column 2 becomes narrower

To increase the width of column 1 without altering the width of column 2, click over the column boundary, hold down the SHIFT key and drag it with the mouse…

Column 1 width increases and so does the overall width of the table Row Height

The height of the rows in a Word table is usually controlled by the contents of the cell. If the text in a cell is too wide, Word will wrap the text within the cell. Using the ENTER key to insert blank lines within a cell can also alter the height of rows.

In a situation where a cell’s height needs to be set precisely there is an option on the layout ribbon that allows you to input a specific measurement. This is particularly useful if tables are being used to create forms and space should be left for people to fill the form in.

ӹTo change the row height: Mouse

1. Select the rows where the height is to be changed 2. Choose PROPERTIES from the LAYOUT ribbon

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3. Select the ROW Tab in the dialog 4. Use the ROW HEIGHT IS: field to set a precise size

1. Change the cell height in the CELL SIZE group by entering the height you wish The options in the HEIGHT drop-down list are outlined next:

Option Result

Exactly This sets a specific height that will not adjust

At LeastEnables specification of a minimum height, but will still fit rows around text that is taller

• You can also use the BEFORE and AFTER options in the PARAGRAPH FORMAT dialog box to space out text within cells in a table.

Table Alignment

Tables can be aligned to the left, right or centre of the page. The default for tables is left aligned. Individual rows can be aligned - but if the whole table is to be affected, ensure that the entire table is selected before issuing the command.

• This is NOT text alignment but TABLE alignment to the page ӹTo change table alignment: Mouse

1. Select the row(s) to align or the whole table. 2. Choose PROPERTIES from the LAYOUT ribbon. 3. Click on the TABLE tab, and select the required alignment.

Indenting The Table

The whole table may be indented from the margin, this is useful to do if you wish to align your table with any indented text within a document

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Advanced tables ӹTo indent table rows: Mouse

1. Select the table. 2. Choose PROPERTIES from the LAYOUT ribbon. 3. Click on the TABLE Tab. 4. Set the indent in the INDENT FROM LEFT: field • To indent text within cells, use the indent options within the Paragraph format dialog box.

Sorting your data Sorting Cells

You can quickly sort cells, arranging the entries in alphabetic, numeric or date order. Word changes the order of rows based on the first column unless you specify otherwise.

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