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When you know how many rows and columns you need in a table, the quickest way to create the table is by dragging over the grid in the Table menu.
Turning Table Style Options on or off has no effect on the Quick Styles in the Table Styles gallery
When Word converts text to tables, it uses paragraph marks, tabs, and commas to determine how to organize the data within the table.
You can move a column or row using Cut and Paste
Sorting can only sort one column of data at a time
If a hyphen exists within a section of text, and you are converting that text to a table, the hyphen will create a new column
Text can be aligned both horizontally and vertically in a cell
Word provides four options for changing the direction of text in a cell
You can sort single-level lists, such as bulleted or numbered lists
The Repeat Header Rows button is used for tables that extend to multiple pages
Using the Sort feature in a table will sort selected content in what order?
Ascending Descending & Alphabetically
Combining two or more cells into one uses a Word feature called
An arrangement of data made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns is called a
Built-in preformatted tables that can be inserted and used in your documents are called...
The rectangles that are formed when rows and columns intersect are known as
Which sort order sorts text from the end to the beginning
Sorted data can consist of
Text Numbers Dates
Which option would you choose to arrange data alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically?
When you create a table in Word, two new Ribbon tabs appear. Which of the following are in a new Table Tools tab?
The first row of a table that is formatted differently than the rest of the table is called a