Organizing: This Tutorial will introduce you to the basics of how to Organize a table in Word.
Arranging a Table In Word: In order to get started, you should have some basic knowledge about what a table is. A table is an object that has rows and columns with cells, which contain content or data.
One of the most important parts of arranging a table is placing your headers and footers at the bottom of the page. Another thing that needs to be done while arranging a table is making sure that all your columns are on one line and that there are no gaps between them. Formatting : The following is a simple guide to formatting a table in Microsoft Word.
Creating a table in Word is easy, but the syntax varies from one type of table to another. Most tables have four rows and two columns, with each cell containing content that is relevant to the topic under discussion. Here's an exercise on how to create a simple table:
Create a new document by clicking File > New.
Click on Insert > Table and then click anywhere inside the document where you want your first row of text to appear.
Enter your first row into the second column and your second line into the third column as shown below:
One | Two | Three | Four
First Row Text from Column 2, Second Row from Column 3, Third Row from Column 4