Word Lesson 3 - Tables
Allows the summation of information in an organized way.
Used to emphasize points of information that do not need sequencing.
Bulleted, numbered or an outline.
Allows one to rearrange a bulleted list or, text in a numbered list, in alphabetic or reverse alphabetic order.
Reverse alphabetic order
A plan or list of things to be done. Often used with a committee, council or board.
Type an * plus space bar or tab
creates a bulleted list
After a list has been created, press __________ and a new bullet or number appears automatically on the next line.
To end a list press __________________
Organizes information into columns and rows.
Removes vertical lines between cells and creates a single larger cell.
Divides the space of a single cell.
Summary of points discussed and decided upon at a meeting.
Name the two contextual tabs of Tables
Layout and Design
How can I move from cell to cell in a table?
tab, shift tab, arrows, mouse
Stopping points for an insertion point.
L on the indicator - Aligns left
Upside down T on the indicator - Centers at the tab set.
Backward L on the indicator - Aligns at the right of the tab stop -moves text to the left.
Upside down T with a dot on the indicator - Aligns at the decimal in numbers.
Vertical line on the indicator - Doesn't align text. Instead it creates a vertical line between columns.
A series of dotted, dashed or solid lines that connect one column to another. Use in a table of contents.
Control + tab
Advances the insertion point to a tab stop set within a cell.
Control + Y
Repeats the last action.
Updates a formula
Details the travel arrangements, meeting schedule, and contact information for a trip.
Default tab set distance