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Dear shilpi tyagi, go to the table menu then click insert -table-then put the value of rows and columan-ok. insert the data from your keyboard as usual bye

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How create a table of contents

I have 2013 but the principle is the same.

When making headings for your document use the predesigned Heading 1 heading 2 heading 3 heading 4


Select references and you should see table of contents, select automatic.
Once you do this Word will insert a TOC at the current cursor location.

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Excel table link in word

Excel and Word are two parts of the Microsoft Office Suite that have become standards tools for spreadsheets and word processing.
Among their features are the ability to easily exchange information.
For example, you can easily copy a cell or part of a spreadsheet from an Excel and paste it into a Word document, which preserves all the formatting.
This method requires opening up both programs at the same time.
To avoid this, you can insert an Excel file from within Word itself.

Choose the "Insert" tab inside Microsoft Word to display the Object dialog box.
Click the "Create from File" tab and Browse to display the Browse dialog box.
Navigate to the Excel file that you need and double-click to load its name into the File Name box of the Object dialog box.

Click a checkmark into the "Link to File" box if you want the table that you insert to be automatically updated anytime the original file is changed.
Otherwise, leave it blank if you don't want the inserted information to be affected by the original file.

Click "OK" to insert the Excel file as a frame into the document.
Note how only filled cells from the first table (worksheet) of the file are inserted.
Blank cells are not inserted. You can resize the frame by clicking it and dragging the handles that appear.
You can also click it and drag it to a different line within the document. - BM4

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Formatting table of contents in word

You have to click on the Table, then click on Design or Layout depending on what do you need to customize.

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Table Caption Problems

Select the first table.
Right-click on it and choose: Insert Caption
In the Caption dialogue, Click on New Label...
Type in "CS - " (without the quotes)
Click OK
The caption should appear beneath the first table.
Select the second table.
Right-click on it and choose: Insert Caption
The dialog should contain the same caption as the first, except the number will be incremented by one.
Repeat to the end of your tables.
Format captions as desired.

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How to ruled a table in microsoft word 2007?

Please follow the following instructions

Open the word document in which you want the table, navigate to the location whee we need to table
Click on the insert option in the ribbon at the top of the window
click on the drop down on table, choose the number of columns and rows you wanted by dragging your mouse pointer
and click on the last cell at the bottom to which you have selected the rows and columns.
by default the table will be ruled, however if you need to change it Click on the table and click on table tools at the top, you can see various formatting options for the table, choose the one you like.

Dec 03, 2010 | Microsoft Office Standard 2007: Windows

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Creating tables

this is how to create a table

  1. Click where you want to insert a table.on you work sheet
  2. click On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table,
  3. Replace the data in the template with the data that you want.i.e the number of rows and columns you want
that is it

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I have been trying to get Microshaft word 2008 for Mac to start page numbers only on page 3. I have a title page, a table of contents, and then the body of my document. I have created a section at the...

1. Place cursor in each section in which you want hide the page number on the first page.
2. On the Insert menu, click Page Numbers.
3. Clear the "Show number on first page" check box.

You may have to create a separate section for your Table of Contents to suppress the page number on it.

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Table of Contents TOC 4 appears with heading numbers in bold which I don't want. TOC 1, TOC 2, TOC 3 & TOC 5 are all okay

You can easily modify the formatting for a TOC. You will need to replace the current TOC - I'm assuming you are using the built-in reference to create your TOC.

Select Insert / Reference / Index and Tables. Click on the "Table of Contents" tab.

Click on <Modify>. Click on "TOC 3". Click on <Modify>. Click on the Bold icon to unselect the Bold attribute. Click on <OK> three times.

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