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Sorting Tables in Word

Last week we converted the text in tabbed columns in our Microsoft Word Document to a table.  Now, I”d like to sort or order the information in the table so we can easily see who will be coming to the birthday party and who will not.  Like Excel, Microsoft Word also has the ability to sort the information inputted to a table.  To do this, follow these simple steps: Click inside the...

Convert Text to Table

If you already have existing documents where you’ve used tabs or commas to separate information, but would now like to put them in a table, you can easily do this without having to retype or copy and paste information into the new table using a feature called Text to Table.  In our example, we’ve already begun to log the RSVP list for our ‘Ohana Komputer Birthday Party in a word...

Using Tables in Word

Consider using tables in Microsoft Word to organize your information rather than hitting the space bar or tab key.  Why?  Imagine you are putting together a birthday party invitation. You have the information typed out using tabs. You later decide the text is too small, so you make the font larger. Oh, no! Now the formatting is off and everything is not aligned. Entering information into...

Inserting Symbols in Word

Our classes are now learning Word Processing with Microsoft Word, so we thought we”d start sharing some Word tips with you. Have you ever wanted to insert a special symbol in Microsoft Word, like copyright (©), cents (¢), Pounds (£) or Yen (¥)? All of these symbols and more, come with Microsoft Word and can be online casino added to your document in a few...

Paste Special – Add/Multiply/Subtract/Divide

Use paste special to add, multiply, subtract or divide without using a formula.  This is a great trick to keep in mind if you find using formulas in Excel too cumbersome. How does this work?  Let’s say you have a spreadsheet with a list of prices in one column, and the tax in the other.  Later, you decide that you want to have the price in one column, and the price including tax in the...

Paste Special – Transpose

Have you ever had information in a column, but want them to go across rows or vice versa?  You could copy and paste each cell individually or type them all over again, but the paste special can get this done for you in three quick steps: Highlight the cells in online casinos the column Click into the left most destination cell casino and select Edit -> Paste Special from the menu Check the...