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44. Merging Cells

In this chapter, we will discuss how to merge table cells in Word 2010. Microsoft Word allows the merging of two or more cells to create one large cell. You will frequently need to merge columns of the top row to create the title of the table.…
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48. Table borders and shades

In this chapter, we will discuss how to apply table borders and shades in Word. Microsoft Word allows you to place a border on any or all of the four sides of a table very similar to text, paragraphs, and pages. You can also add shades to table…
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47. Adding a Formula in Office Word

Ever you wondered you can also add formula in Microsoft Office Word just like Office Excel? I will tell you in this post that how to add formula to a table in Word. Microsoft Word allows you to use mathematical formula in table cells which can…
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46. Splitting Cells

In this chapter, we will discuss how to split table cells in Word 2010. Microsoft Word allows splitting a cell into multiple cells. We will understand how to split a cell into multiple smaller sub-cells. Split a Cell The following steps will…
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45. Splitting a Table

In this chapter, let us discuss how to split a table in Word 2010. Microsoft Word allows splitting a table into multiple tables but a single operation will always divide a table into two tables. This chapter will teach you how to split a table…
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42. Moving a Table

In this chapter, we will discuss how to move a table in Word. Microsoft Word allows to move a table from one location to another location along with its content. This chapter will give you simple steps to move a table within the same document,…
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41. Rows and Columns

In this chapter, we will discuss how to work with rows and columns in Word. As discussed in the previous chapter, a table is a structure of vertical columns and horizontal rows with a cell at every intersection. A Word table can contain as many…
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40. Creating a Table

In this chapter, we will discuss how to create a table in Word 2010. A table is a structure of vertical columns and horizontal rows with a cell at every intersection. Each cell can contain text or graphics, and you can format the table in any…
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39. Page Orientation

In this chapter, we will discuss page orientation in Word Page Orientation is useful when you print your pages. By default, Microsoft Word shows a page in portrait orientation and in this case the width of the page is less than the height…