Advice 2: How to add columns in Word table
- Software Microsoft Office Word.
Advice 3: How to make a red line in word
To make a document logical, clear structure, it is necessary to format. One of the key formatting options is the red line is indented with a certain interval at the beginning of the paragraph.
The ways of forming a paragraph
In word – text document – set the red line is possible in several ways.
First, using a ruler. A ruler is a tool on the toolbar. Keep in mind that it can be disabled. So first you need to enable it by clicking with the left mouse button in the upper right corner. You will see from above, on your document, scale with a slider. With its help you will establish the boundaries of paragraphs. The slider sets how the right border of the sheet and the first line indent, that is the paragraph. To do this, move the mouse cursor to the middle of the slider, the cursor is converted to the arrow end down and pull it 1.5 points. If a paragraph has appeared, then you did everything right.
This method is suitable if you just type the text. If the text has already been printed, you must select it and using the same slider or marker to indent the first line. It is also possible for the selected text, click twice in the dialog box that opens, choose "paragraph," and there to put padding on all sides, including the red line.
You should know that the default tab in the "paragraph" all margins are already set, only need after the completion of the paragraph, press the enter key, the cursor will automatically jump to another line.
A text document in a word-processing software allows to perform this operation another way: using the tab. This is the key located on the keyboard left button Tab. Just click on it, and the cursor will move 1.5 points, forming and indentation.
As it is not recommended to do a paragraph
Highly undesirable exposure of the paragraph by pressing the space bar, since further formatting of a document can cause problems due to the extra non-printable characters, for example, can occur in offset rows.
How to make a red line in word, depends on you. The main thing - to choose one method and not combine two or more at once.
Advice 4: How to edit a table in Word
How to select table elements
To edit, you must highlight the entire table or its individual elements. The adjacent elements it is most convenient to select with the mouse. Place the cursor in the desired location, hold the left mouse button and drag the mouse in the horizontal or vertical direction. If you want to edit cells, columns or rows that each other are not contiguous, select one group of elements, hold down the Ctrl key and select another group..
To select a single column or row, place the cursor in one of their cells. In the menu item "table" under "Select" click the desired item. Similarly, you can mark an entire table or an individual cell.
If you are using Word 2010, under "Working with tables" tab "table Layout" and click the icon "table". Under "Select" select Quick selection of a group of cells.
How to add rows, columns, and cells
In Word 2003, select the cursor in the cell next to it should be a new row, column or cell. In the menu item "table" under "Insert" select the desired element and method of insertion.
In Word 2010, click the right mouse button on the desired cell and on the shortcut menu, click Paste.
How to delete a table and its elements
Select the items you want to delete, or the entire table. If you are using Word 2003, the menu "table" in the "Remove" choose the desired command. To delete an entire table you must click on "Select" in the menu "table".
In Word 2010 the "Delete" button located in the tab "Layout" in the section "Working with tables". Select the element and the method of its removal.
If you want to delete the contents of the table, select it with the mouse and press Delete. In the same way are cleared rows, columns and cells.
How to change column width and row height
Move the cursor to the border of the column or row whose size you want to change. When the pointer changes to two arrows directed in different directions, hold the left mouse button and drag the mouse border in the desired direction.
Working with cells
If you want to split an individual cell into rows and columns, click the right mouse button. In Word 2003, click the "Split cells" and specify the desired number of columns and rows. In Word 2010 this task is performed by the command "Split cells".
If you want to merge several cells into one, select adjacent cells, click them, right click and select in context menu "Merge cells".
You can select horizontal or vertical arrangement of the text in the cell. Click on the cell, right click, then "text Direction" drop-down menu. In the "Orientation" window direction, specify the desired location.