Mike Callahan with Butterscotch demonstrates how to work with tables in MS Word 2007. Tables are useful for creating information charts and address lists. First, open up Microsoft Word. To create a table, click on the insert tab on the top tool bar. Highlight the elements that you would like to appear in the table by selecting the desired number of columns and rows. Pressing enter inside of a table, it will increase the side of the cell all the way across the table. It will not just increase that particular cell size. You can add additional columns and rows to the table as necessary.
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