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Microsoft® Office Home & Student 2010 Step by Step by Curtis D. Frye, Joan Lambert, Joyce Cox

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Chapter 5. Organize Information in Columns and Tables

Chapter at a Glance

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Information in documents is most commonly presented as paragraphs of text. To make a text-heavy document more legible, you can flow the text in two or more columns, or you can display information in a table. For example, flowing text in multiple columns is a common practice in newsletters, flyers, and brochures; and presenting information in tables is common in reports.

When you need to present data in a document, using a table is often more ...

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