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Chapter 14: Enhancing Tables
Performance Objectives


Change the Table Layout



Change Cell Margin Measurements



Select with the Select Button




Change Cell Direction



Insert and Delete Rows and Columns



Change Table Alignment



Merge and Split Cells



Change the Table Size with the Resize Handle



Change Column Width and Row Height



Move a Table



Change Cell Alignment



Convert Text to a Table



View Gridlines





Convert a Table to Text



Repeat a Header Row



Sort Text in a Table



CHECKPOINT 1



Perform Calculations in a Table



CHECKPOINT 2

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Change the Table Layout

TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab

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Select with the Select Button

To select with the Select button:

1.

Position the insertion point.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Select button in the Table group.

4.

Select the desired option at the drop-down list.

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Select button

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Insert and Delete Rows and Columns

To insert a row or a column:

1.

Position the insertion point.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the desired button in the Rows & Columns group.

Use these buttons to insert rows or
columns.

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Insert and Delete Rows and Columns - continued



You can also insert a row or column with insert icons.



Display the insert row icon (a plus [+] symbol in a circle and a border line) by positioning the mouse pointer
just outside the left border of the table at the left of the desired row border. When the insert row icon
displays, click the icon and a row is inserted below the icon border line.



To insert a column, position the mouse pointer above the column border line until the insert column icon
displays and then click the icon. This inserts a new column immediately left of the insert column icon border
line.

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Insert and Delete Rows and Columns - continued

To delete rows, columns, or the entire table:

1.

Position the insertion point.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Delete button in the Rows & Columns group.

4.

Click the desired option at the drop-down list.

Delete button

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Merge and Split Cells

To merge cells:

1.

Select the desired cells.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Merge Cells button in the Merge group.

Merge Cells button

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Merge and Split Cells - continued

To split cells:

1.

Click in the cell.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Split Cells button in the Merge group.

4.

At the Split Cells dialog box, change the
desired options.

5.

Click OK.
Split Cells button

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Change Column Width and Row Height
To change the column width and row height with buttons in the Cell Size group:

1.

Select the desired row(s) or column(s).

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Enter the measurement in the Table Row Height or Table Column Width measurement box in the Cell
Size group.

Table Row Height measurement
box

Table Column Width measurement
box

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To distribute rows or columns:

1.

Select the desired rows or columns.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Distribute Rows button or Distribute Columns button in the Cell Size group.

Distribute Rows button

Distribute Columns button

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To change the column width using the move table
column markers:

1.

Position the mouse pointer on a marker.

2.

Drag the marker to the desired position.

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Move table column marker

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To change the column width using the table gridlines:

1.

Position the arrow pointer on the gridline.

2.

Drag the gridline to the desired position.

Gridline

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To adjust row height using the adjust table row markers:

1.

Position the mouse pointer on a marker.

2.

Drag the marker to the desired position.

Adjust table row marker

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To make the column widths automatically fit the
contents:

1.

Position the insertion point in the table.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the AutoFit button in the Cell Size group.

4.

Click the AutoFit Contents option at the drop-

AutoFit button

down list.

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To change the column width using the Table Properties dialog box:

1.

Click in a cell in the column.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Properties button in the Table group.

4.

At the Table Properties dialog box, click the Column tab and insert the desired measurement in the Preferred
width measurement box.

5.

Click OK.

Preferred width measurement
box

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Change Column Width and Row Height - continued

To change the row height using the Table Properties dialog box:

1.

Click in a cell in the row.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Properties button in the Table group.

4.

At the Table Properties dialog box, click the Row tab and
insert the desired measurement in the Specify height measurement box.

5.

Click OK.

Specify height measurement box

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Change Cell Alignment

To change the cell alignment using the alignment buttons:

1.

Select the cell(s).

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the desired alignment button in the Alignment group.

Alignment buttons

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Change Cell Alignment - continued

To change the cell alignment using the Table Properties dialog box:

1.

Select the cell(s).

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Properties button in the Table group.

4.

Click the Cell tab.

5.

Select the desired option in the Vertical alignment section.

6.

Click OK.

Vertical alignment section

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View Gridlines

To view gridlines:

1.

Click in the table.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the View Gridlines button in the Table group.

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View Gridlines button

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Repeat a Header Row

To repeat a header row:

1.

Click in the desired header row.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Repeat Header Rows button in the Data group.

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Repeat Header Rows button

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CHECKPOINT 1
1)

The
The Distribute
Distribute Rows
Rows button
button is
is located
located in
in this
this group
group on
on the
the

3)

You
You can
can use
use options
options at
at this
this dialog
dialog box
box for
for changing
changing row
row

TABLE
TABLE TOOLS
TOOLS LAYOUT
LAYOUT tab.
tab.

and
and column
column measurements.
measurements.

a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

Cell
Cell Size
Size
Alignment
Alignment
Rows
Rows &
& Columns
Columns
Table
Table

Answer

Page
Page Setup
Setup
Paragraph
Paragraph
Properties
Properties
Clipboard
Clipboard

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2)

If
If you
you want
want to
to see
see the
the column
column measurements
measurements on
on the
the

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4)

If
If aa table
table is
is divided
divided between
between pages,
pages, consider
consider adding
adding this
this at
at

horizontal
horizontal ruler
ruler as
as you
you drag
drag aa gridline,
gridline, hold
hold down
down this
this key.
key.

the
the beginning
beginning of
of the
the table.
table.

a.
b.
c.
d.

a.
b.
c.
d.

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Answer

Alt
Alt
Shift
Shift
Ctrl
Ctrl
F1
F1

header
header row
row
header
header column
column
footer
footer row
row
footer
footer column
column

Answer

Answer

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Change Cell Margin Measurements

To change the cell margin measurements:

1.

Click in the table.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Cell Margins button in the Alignment group.

4.

Change the desired options in the Default cell margins section in the Table Options dialog box.

5.

Click OK.

Cell Margins button

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Change Cell Margin Measurements - continued

To change the cell margin measurements for one cell
or selected cells:

1.

Click in the table.

2.

Click the TABLE TOOLS LAYOUT tab.

3.

Click the Properties button in the Table group.

4.

At the Table Properties dialog box, click the Cell

Cell tab

tab.

5.

Click the Options button.

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Change Cell Margin Measurements - continued

6.

Remove the check mark from the Same as the

Same as the whole table option

whole table option.

7.

Specify the new cell margin measurements.

8.

Click OK.

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