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Resizing columns and rows Microsoft Office 2007

    You may need to resize a column or row in your table to expand or shrink it so your text doesn't appear crowded or surrounded by empty space. You can resize a column or row by using the mouse or by defining row heights and column widths.

    To resize a row or column with the mouse, follow these steps:

    1. Move the mouse over the row or column border that you want to resize.

    The mouse pointer turns into a two-way pointing arrow.

    2. Hold the left mouse button down and drag (move) the mouse to resize the row or column.

    3. Release the left mouse button when you're happy with the size of the row or column.

    Using the mouse to resize a row or column can be fast, but if you want to resize a row or column to a specific height or width, you can type in the spe­cific dimensions by following these steps:

    1. Select the row, column, or table that you want to modify. (If you select the entire table, you can adjust the width or height of rows and columns for your entire table.)

    2. Click the Layout tab under the Table Tools tab (refer to Figure 6-10).

    If you want to define the width or height of multiple rows or columns equally, click the Distribute Columns or Distribute Rows icon.

    3. To precisely define a column's width, click the Width list box and type a value (or click the up/down arrows to choose a value).

    4. To precisely define a row's height, click the Height list box and type a value (or click the up/down arrows to choose a value).

    5. (Optional) Click AutoFit and choose one of the following:

    AutoFit Contents: Shrinks your columns or rows to largest cell

    AutoFit Window: Expands the table to fit the width of the current document window




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