MacSTAC was founded on April 1, 1978 as an Apple II MUG. We are a community group with members from all walks of life, careers and levels of ability. We welcome all Mac users to improve their knowledge and, in turn, share their Mac knowledge with others.

Monday, July 06, 2009

Format Word tables to highlight your data

Here's how to create and customize tables in your documents

Most of us know that formatting a table's data, cells, and borders can potentially help readers grasp what a table is trying to say. But that doesn't mean we know the best way to make it happen. When you need to create tables that contain essentially text, or when you want to customize a table's formatting in many ways, Microsoft Word(; $400 as part of Office 2008) is often easier to use than a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. Here are some tricks for using Word's table options.

Read the whole story at

No comments:



Blog Archive