Problem with insertion of image into columns of table in MSWord
When we insert image into all the columns of a table, we see a small gap between the images in each of the column. If you notice the first image will start from the top of the cell as you insert the next image you will see that it leaves some space on top and then the image will be seen and by the third image the gap is double of that of the second and so on and so forth. Does anyone have an idea as to why the gap keeps on increasing for the subsequent images in the columns
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This requires you to create a table. Look for a Table menu or menu item in the Format menu. You'll need to tell it you want two columns and five rows in the table. After you've inserted the items you can then highlight everything in the table and right click to choose bullets from bullets and numbering from the format option.
Sounds like your issue can be solved readily with a pivot table.
If you give the columns of names a title like "NAME" and the number columns a name like "VALUE". All other columns should contain a unique name.
Then select the entire table, including the labels at the top ensuring that the range extends entirely over the column you need to sum the values of.
In Excel 2013, choose the INSERT menu and select the PIVOT TABLE command.
Insert the Pivot table into a new worksheet.
A new sheet will open with a strange-looking control panel on the right of the window.
Make sure that the box for NAME and VALUE (only) are checked
You will notice that Excel assumes that you want the SUM of the values for each NAME summed. The results are in the leftmost area of the worksheet.
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Select: Remove or delete all slide numbers and insert a text block. Make the text block very small and drag it to where you want the number to be on the slide. Type any number or label you want into that small text block space. For showing multiple pages in one slide, insert a Table; e.g., a 2 X 2 table will allow 4 pages or a mixture of photos and pages into each quadrant. Use large fonts. Any table with more sections inserted to cut up a slide into discrete parts and it's difficult to read. Graphs are a different story with vertical column graphs easier to see slight differences than horizontal ones.
Creating a table in Microsoft Excel 2007 allows you to work with that data independently of the rest of the worksheet. First you must define your table, though, which you can do either from scratch or from data already in the worksheet. The process is a simple one. Read on to learn how to define a table in Excel 2007
Start off by doing one of the following: Select the range of cells that you want to make into a table within your worksheet then proceed to Step 2 OR Start immediately with Step 2.
Click on the "Insert" tab at the top of the document.
Find the "Tables" group, then click on "Table." The "Create Table" dialog box will appear.
Type in a range for your table if you did not select a range in Step 1. If you did already select a range then that range will automatically appear in the dialog box.
Check the "My Table Has Headers" box if the data set you selected already contains the headers you want to use. If you don't check this box, the table will display default header names, which you can then go in and change.
Hit the "OK" button at the bottom of the Create Table dialog box to create your table.
To create a table in Microsoft Word please do the following:
1. Go to the Table menu and select 'Insert Table'. The Insert Table window will open. 2. Select the number of rows and columns you want in your table. 3. Select the column width (up to 22 inches) or choose 'Auto' to have the column with adjust automatically, making the table extend across the width of the page. 4. Select the AutoFormat button to select one of Word's pre-formatted table styles. The Table AutoFormat window opens. 5. Click one of the styles in the Formats box in the upper left side of the window. 6. Preview each format, after selecting it, in the Preview box in the upper right side of window. 7. To customize a pre-selected format, select or de-select the borders, shading, font, color, heading rows, first column, last row and last column boxes. 8. Select AutoFit, and Word will automatically fit the table to your page. (To manually change the width of a table or column after you have created it, use the mouse to place the pointer over the vertical line you want to move. When the pointer turns into a double-headed arrow, drag the line to the position you want it in the table.)'
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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.