word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

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Shading Colour - Allows you to select a colour to fill the table or individual cells. Design, Table styles

Merge Cells - Combines the contents of selected adjacent cells into a single cell. Layout, Merge

Split Cells - Splits the selected cells into the number of rows or columns you specify. Layout, Merge

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Distribute Rows - Alters the height of the selected cells to make them equal. Layout, Cell size

Distribute Columns - Alters the width of the selected cells to make them equal. Layout, Cell size

Change Text - Changes direction of the selected text in a cell horizontally, left or right. Layout, alignment

Sort Ascending - Sorts the selected items alphabetically from the beginning of the alphabet. Home, paragraph

Sort Opens the sort dialog boxLayout, data

Formula - Allows calculations to be entered into a cell.Layout, data

Align Top Left, Centre & Right - Aligns the text contained within the selected table or cells at the top of the cell. Layout, alignment

Align Centre Left, Centre & Right - Aligns the text contained within the selected table or cells in the centre of the cell. Layout, alignment

Align Bottom Left, Centre & Right, - Aligns the text contained within the selected table or cells at the bottom of the cell.

Layout, alignment

TableStyles

After you create a table, you can format the entire table by using Table Styles. By resting your pointer over each of the preformatted table styles, you can preview what the table will look like.

ӹTo use table styles to format an entire table Mouse

1. Click in the table that you want to format. 2. click the DESIGN ribbon. In the TABLE STYLES group, rest the pointer over each table style until you find a style that you want to use.

3. To see more styles, click the MORE arrow . 4. Click the style to apply it to the table.

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5. In the TABLE STYLE OPTIONS group, on the DESIGN ribbon select or clear the check box next to each of the table elements to apply or remove them from the selected style.

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Converting Table To Text

At times you may have data in a table that you wish was normal text to allow you to arrange it in other ways or do other things with it. So we need to remove the table from around the data and leave the data intact. Some form of delimiting character (separator) needs to replace the cell walls so that it can be turned back into a table if necessary at some later date.

ӹTo convert table to text Mouse

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1. Select the table or select the rows/columns of data you wish to convert. 2. Go to the layout ribbon in the data group and click the convert to text button a dialog will appear. 3. Select a delimiter type from the choices presented. • If OTHER, then manually type character you wish as a delimiter in the box provided. 4. Click OK to convert.

Text To Table ӹTo convert text to table Mouse

1. Turn on SHOW/HIDE characters from the HOME ribbon PARAGRAPH group to identify the kind of delimiter separating your text.

2. If none exist then you will have to manually create the delimiters within your data 3. Select the text you wish to convert

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4. Go to the INSERT ribbon TABLES group and click on TABLE 5. From the menu select CONVERT TEXT TO TABLE a dialog will appear 6. Make a choice on how the data has been separated if different from Tabs (tabs are default) the number of rows and columns should then appear automatically, if you wish different amounts then enter new values. 7. Click on OK to convert your data

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Section 2 Advanced formatting

By the end of this section you will be able to:

• Understand what styles are • Apply default styles to paragraphs and text

• Create styles

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