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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Using Tables in Publications

You can use tables on your publication pages to arrange objects on the page. When you place a table on a page, you are inserting a Publisher object, just like a text box or picture. You can thus size and move the table on the page as needed. You can place text in the table cells, and you can place other objects, such as pictures, in the cells. Although you might think of a table as columns and rows that enable you to enter text information into a cell, you can also consider a table as a potential layout tool for positioning objects on the page. This can be an especially useful strategy when working with pages that have a lot of objects.

You insert a table into a page using the Table command on the Ribbon’s Insert ...

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