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How do I expand margins of a table, so that on a single page I can create two columns wider than three inches, and four rows taller than two and a quarter inches?

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Try to setup first your paper page margin and then try to setup your table margin

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You can also remove columns or rows from the table. Once a row or column is deleted, it can be undeleted by using Undo command. You can delete the columns or rows or cells by using one of the following ways.
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To delete a row or column by Table menu, follow these steps.
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How to make a 7 row and a 7 coloum in a spreadsheet


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.

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  • 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.

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    I hope this helps!

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    Best way to do this is to create a quick lookup table on a separate sheet of the same .xls document. Down at the bottom of the page, click on Sheet2 and create a quick table where column A has 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. and column B has your values.

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    To add the flex grid control to your toolbox, select project and components. Add the flex grid control:
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    grdGrid.Col = 3
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    grdGrid.Col = 2
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    grdGrid.Col = 3
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    grdGrid.Col = 4
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    grdGrid.Row = 2
    grdGrid.Col = 0
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    grdGrid.Text = "$1.75"
    grdGrid.Col = 2
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    grdGrid.Col = 3
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    grdGrid.Col = 4
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    End Sub
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    Private Sub SizeCells()
    Dim intColumn As Integer

    grdGrid.ColWidth(0) = 1100

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    End Sub

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    For intColumn = 1 To 4
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    End Sub

    Notice that the size and alignment procedures are only applied to columns 1 through 4. Column 0, which is a fixed column reserved for labels, is not formatted using either of the above two procedures.
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    lesson97-7.jpg

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