Working with Columns and Tables in Microsoft word 2016.
In this lesson, I will tell you how to use Columns and Tables in Microsoft word 2016. If you have ever gotten tried reading something on Microsoft word document, or you need scan document left to the right margin and repeating every single line in your word document eventually and you get tried, for avoiding this kind of fatigue, we can put contents into columns.
Secondly, Tables are very useful in Microsoft Word Document. columns are used in the newspaper. Columns are an excellent way to create a different look for your document and your content going to sneak.
- Creating new tables from scratch.
- Converting existing text to a table.
- Formatting table appearance.
- Adding and removing columns and rows.
- Merging, splitting, and sizing cells.
- Sorting data in a table.
- Converting a table to text.
- Inserting an Excel table for calculations and charts.
When you click on columns at the Design tab.
You would notice a number of choices are open.
Select one of them.
If you click on More columns.
Below dialogue box will be appearing for more options of columns.
In the number of columns option, you can increase columns more than three.
The maximum you can increase eight columns.
Creating new tables from scratch.
A table allows to you break up content into columns but also into rows always line up.
Converting existing text to a table.
Creating the table and fill up it is easy to process already we have learned it.
When you have contents already and you have used consistent separation see below example:
Tabs are used in above example now you want to convert this text in the table.
Select entire text.
Convert text to table.
Formatting table appearance.
Once you have table with contents and you want to look nice
Create a table.
Adding and removing columns and rows.
When you create a table you feel that you have needed more columns and rows and also you want to remove extra columns or rows.
Merging, splitting, and sizing cells.
If you want to merge cells or splitting or sizing the cell then you have used following commands.
Sorting data in a table.
You have inserted data in your table and want to sort out those data.
Select entire table.
Converting a table to text.
Select entire table.
Convert to Text.
Inserting an Excel table for calculations and charts.