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Creating a table from existing text Microsoft Office 2007

    If you have existing text that you'd like to turn into a table, you need to first separate text into chunks so Word knows how to place the text into individ­ual cells in a table. To define how text appears in a table, Word uses the fol­lowing criteria:

    Paragraphs appear in separate rows.

    See the top example in Figure 6-5. You can change the delimiter charac­ter to commas, tabs, or any other character, such as # or *.

    Tabbed text appears in separate columns, as in the bottom example of Figure 6-5.

    Creating a table
from existing text Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 6-5:




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