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Insert a table

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For a basic table, click Insert > Table and move the cursor over the grid until you highlight the number of columns and rows you want.

Insert a table by dragging to select the number of cells

For a larger table, or to customize a table, select Insert > Table > Insert Table.

Insert Table option on the Word ribbon

Tips: 

  • If you already have text separated by tabs, you can quickly convert it to a table. Select Insert > Table, and then select Convert Text to Table.

  • To draw your own table, select Insert > Table > Draw Table.

For a basic table, click Insert > Table and move the cursor over the grid until you highlight the number of columns and rows you want.

For a larger table, or to customize a table, select Insert > Table > Choose row and column.

Insert the number of columns and number of rows in the dialog box, then click OK to insert the table.

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