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Splitting (and merging) cells Microsoft Office 2007

    Splitting a cell divides the cell into multiple rows or columns. Merging cells combines two or more cells to create one big cell. Splitting or merging calls typically creates unusual tables without uniform rows and columns, as shown in Figure 6-19.

    Splitting (and
merging) cells Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 6-19:

    Merging and splitting cells can create unusual

    Table

    Designs.

    To split a cell, follow these steps:

    1. Move the cursor to the cell you want to divide in half.

    2. Click the Layout tab under the Table Tools tab.

    3. Click the Split Cells icon in the Merge group.

    The Split Cells dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 6-20.

    Splitting (and
merging) cells Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 6-20:

    The Split

    Cells dialog box.

    4. Click in the Number of Columns text box and type a number (or click the up/down arrows to define a number).

    5. Click in the Number of Rows text box and type a number (or click the up/down arrows to define a number).

    6. Click OK.

    Word splits your cell into the number of rows and columns you defined in Steps 4 and 5.

    To merge cells, follow these steps:

    1. Select adjacent cells that you want to merge into a single cell.

    2. Click the Layout tab under the Table Tools tab.

    3. Click the Merge Cells icon in the Merge group.

    Word merges your selected cells into one big cell.




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