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Microsoft Office 2010 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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8. Working with Tables, Columns, and Sections

Many of the documents that you create will probably require that you arrange information on the page in ways other than the typical paragraphs that you find in a simple business letter. You might, for example, need to show sales data best displayed in a table format or you might be creating a newsletter that requires your text and images to appear in columns.

Word makes it relatively simple to add tables to your documents. It also provides you with the ability to create columns on a document page or pages. However, you might run into a situation where you need to display a very large table (in terms of the number of columns) on a page in landscape but need to have the other pages in the document ...

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