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Word 2007: Creating Tables

Word 2007: Creating Tables

There are certainly several ways to create tables in Word 2007. We’re going to focus in this section on the most common and certainly, the easiest, in my opinion. Although, I’m sure as you become more proficient in Word, you’ll find dozens of ways to perform the tasks I’m about to show you.

Creating a Table Using The Ribbon

1.       Position your cursor in your document where you to insert a table

2.       Choose the Table command in the Tables group on the Insert tab

3.       Choose Insert Table

Figure 68. Insert Table Dialog Box

4.       Enter the number of columns

5.       Enter the number of rows

6.       Set the AutoFit Behavior

7.       Click OK



 

Creating a Table Using A Quick Table

     
  1. Position your cursor in your document where you to insert a table
  2.  
  3. Choose the Table command in the Tables group on the Insert tab
  4.  
  5. Choose Quick Tables
  6.  
  7. Choose a Table Template

Creating a Table Using Drag & Drop

     
  1. Position your cursor in your document where you to insert a table
  2.  
  3. Choose the Table command in the Tables group on the Insert tab
  4.  
  5. Drag to select the number of rows and columns you want in your table