It’s possible to set margins, an indent, a hanging indent, and more on the ruler!
Moving columns and rows in a table is a breeze — when you know how to avoid the snafus.
If you’ve found this series on editing tables helpful, download it all in one concise, updated ebook.
Formulas are built right into Word, so you can check totals with a click! Errors love to lurk in tables, checking the numbers can make an editor look like a hero. Just click the Formula icon on the right edge of the (Table) Layout ribbon. But watch for the snafus (see Troubleshooting). Troubleshooting Address most … Continue reading Working with Tables: Checking Totals
With this post, our series on working with tables in Word moves into more uncommon situations. For this post, we will again talk about documents that are being finalized in Word — without moving the manuscript into a design program — as is often the case with internal reports and proposals. Tables longer than one … Continue reading Working With Tables: Repeating Headers
Fight excessive table use with these simple conversion steps for Word.
Add and delete columns or rows in a snap using one of these 5 methods in MS Word.
While most publishing production flows want the simplest of tables in a manuscript, sometimes Word is the design software. We see this often when creating documents for in-house use only — such as reports and proposals; these are often produced entirely in Word. So here is how to make sure the table behaves the way … Continue reading Working with Tables: Aligning a Table on the Page
Tab marks are the solution to beautifully align columns of numbers in a table. Follow these easy steps or watch the demo video.
Fix table cells that won’t align! A quick method, and a backup for easier mousing. demo video