Allow you to summarize information in an organized way. You can create a numbered, bulleted, or multilevel list.
A plan or list of things to do, events to occur, or matters to bring before a committee, council, or board. An agenda always includes the date and time, and sometimes the location of the planned activities.
Allows you to rearrange a bulleted list or text in a numbered list in alphabetic (ascending: A-Z) or reverse Alphabetic (descending: Z-A) order.
Let you organize text or numeric information into. Columns run vertically, and rows run horizontally.
You can quickly change the look of a table to include a variety of borders, colors, shading, and text alignment.
Summary points of a meeting. The summary points closely follow the agenda.
A day-to-day travel schedule or timetable that includes times of arrival, meetings, departures, and other contact information.
Lets you create a single larger cell by removing the dividing lines between cells. You can merge cells horizontally and/or vertically.
Lets you divide cells. When you split a cell into multiple cells, you divide the space of a single cell into the number of cells you specify.
Lists times and some details about planned activities.
Adjusts column width to fit the cell contents.
Table of Contents
List of topics and corresponding page numbers.
Employees use it to log the hours they worked.