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Word 2007: Navigating & Selecting in a Table

Word 2007: Navigating & Selecting in a Table

Mastering the art of table navigation will allow you to complete your work faster. And, selecting cells is the key to being able to format, move, copy and otherwise enhance your tables.

Navigation Techniques

               

To Move…

Press…

Up One Cell

Up   Arrow

Down One Cell

Down   Arrow

Right One Cell

[Tab]

Left One Cell

[SHIFT]+Tab   or Left Arrow

End of Row Data

[End]

Beginning of Row Data

[Home]

 

Selection Techniques Using the Mouse

               

To Select…

Click…

One   Cell

Single-Click   the Lower-Left Corner of the Cell

Multiple   Cells

Click   & Drag (with the left mouse button)

Row

Double-Click   the Lower-Left Corner of the Cell

Column

Single-Click   the Top Edge of a Column

Entire   Table

Click   the Select Table icon in the Upper-Left Corner of the Table

 

Selection Techniques Using the Ribbon

               

 

To Select…

Click inside a cell…

Press the Select Command in the Table group on the   Table Tools Layout Contextual Tab, then choose

One Cell

Select Cell

Row

Select Row

Column

Select Column

Entire Table

Select Table