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word lesson 6

creating tables

Ascending order sorts text from the beginning to the end such as A-Z, 1-10, January-December
Cells are the rectangles that are formed when rows and columns intersect.
Cell Range is identified by two or more cells within the table.
Descending order sorts text from the end to the beginning, such a Z-A, 10-1, December-January.
Formulas Word that contains data and numbers, Word 2016 also provides options to use formulas to calculate a total.
Header Row A header row is the first row of the table that contains information that helps identify the contents of a particular columns.
Merge Cells Means to combine two or more cells into one, merging cells is useful for headings that extend over several columns.
Quick Tables are built in preformatted tables, such as calendars and tubular list, which you can insert and use in your documents.
Sort means to arrange it alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically, sorting displays data in order so that users can locate it more quickly.
Split Cells means to divide one cell into two or more cells, you might need to split cells when you need to place more than one type of data in one cell.
Table is an arrangement of data made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns
Created by: maria-hernandez



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