Using Tables in Word 2013
Personnel at all levels of the enterprise; end-users seeking to attain competency in Microsoft Word 2013; end-users seeking to obtain Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification at Core level in the use of Microsoft Word 2013; end-users seeking a basic IT certification
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Tables are a great way of sorting and organizing data to make it easier to read and analyze. In Word 2013, you can create tables in a variety of ways, either using the ribbon to specify the number of columns and rows required, drawing a table and customizing it as needed, or converting existing text to a table. Once you’ve created a table, there are many options available to customize its overall appearance. You can add and remove cells, columns, and rows as needed, as well as merge cells, split them apart, or even split a table into more than one table. You can use row and column design options, predefined styles, and border settings to further customize a table’s appearance. This course demonstrates how to create tables and add and remove cells, columns, and rows. It shows how to split or merge cells and split tables, adjust table style options, and customize table borders.
This course will help prepare learners for the Microsoft Certification Exam 77-418: Word 2013 which certifies individuals as Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Word 2013.
Creating Tables in Word 2013
- create a table in Word 2013
- choose the most efficient way to create a table in Word 2013
Editing and Formatting Tables in Word 2013
- manipulate cells, columns, and rows in a table in Word 2013
- split and merge table cells in Word 2013
- change the style of a table in Word 2013
- choose the best way to customize a table in Word 2013