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  • 1. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Term 2 ~ Week 3.1 Specific Objective ~ 1.4.1
  • 2. OBJECTIVES
    • Insert Tables in Word Processing Document
    • Apply basic formatting to a table.
  • 3. RPK c reate, save and edit a Word Processor Document. formatting tools within a Word Processor.
  • 4. Inserting Tables Into A Word Processing Document
  • 5. REVIEW WHAT ARE SOME COMMON FORMATTING TOOLS WITHIN A WORD PROCESSOR
  • 6. WHAT IS A TABLE?
  • 7. A Table Is . . .
    • A table can be filled with text and/or graphics. Tables are often used to organize and present information.
    • A table is a group of columns and rows that are brought together to make a grid like structure.
    • Tables can range in size from very small just a single column and row to many columns and cells.
  • 8. Examples ~ Tables
  • 9. Parts Of A Table . . . Cell
    • A cell is an individual box within a table, a cell only has four (4) sides.
    • A cell is the smallest part of a table and therefor is also part of a column and a row.
  • 10. Parts Of A Table . . . Column
    • A column is all the cells in a table that are stacked vertically in the same plane.
  • 11. Parts Of A Table . . . Row
    • A row is all the cells in a table that are adjacent to each other horizontally in the same plane.
  • 12. DISCUSSION WHY DO WE USE TABLES?
  • 13. TABLES WITHIN MS WORD 2003
  • 14. By The Numbers ~ Insert A Table Using The Table Menu (Method A)
    • Place the insertion cursor where you want your new table to appear.
    • Click on TABLE, on the MENU BAR.
    • Select INSERT and then select TABLE.
  • 15. By The Numbers ~ Insert A Table Using The Table Menu(Method A)
    • This opens a dialog box where you can specify the number of rows and columns required for the table. Ensure the Fixed column width radio button is selected.
    • Click OK.
  • 16. By The Numbers ~ Insert A Table Standard Toolbar (Method B)
    • Place your mouse pointer on the INSERT TABLE Icon on the STANDARD Toolbar.
    • Place the insertion cursor where you want your new table to appear.
  • 17. By The Numbers ~ Insert A Table Standard Toolbar (Method B)
    • SLC on the INSERT TABLE Icon, a drop down menu will appear showing a sample table.
    • Place the mouse pointer on a cell to define the size of the table you wish to insert. SLC when the size of your table is reflected by the coloured cells.
  • 18. By The Numbers ~ Insert A Table Standard Toolbar (Method B)
    • The new Table will be inserted in your document.
  • 19. PRACTICAL WORK CREATE A 2 x 2 TABLE
  • 20. FORMATTING A TABLE
  • 21. Formatting A Table
    • Available table formatting includes:
      • Horizontal Alignment
      • Vertical Alignment
      • Borders / Shading
      • Cell Background Colour
  • 22. By The Numbers ~ Selecting Text
    • Place the “Insertion Pointer” at the end of the text you wish to select.
    • “ Click & Hold” the LEFT mouse button.
    • “ Highlight” the text you wish to select.
    • To do this you must move the mouse without letting go of the LEFT mouse button.
    • After all the text you want to work on is highlighted and only then, do you “Let Go” of the LEFT mouse button.
  • 23. By The Numbers ~ Basic Table Formatting
    • First Select the Text (i.e. Cell, Row, Column or Entire Table)
    • Select the appropriate formatting item from the Formatting Toolbar.
    • Including Bold, Italics, Underline, Font Colour, Highlighting Colour, etc.
  • 24. ALIGNMENT OF A TABLE
  • 25. Alignment Of A Table Vertically and Horizontally
    • When working with Tables you have the traditional horizontal alignment and also the ability to align you text vertically within a cell.
  • 26. By The Numbers ~ Menu Bar Method A ~ Alignment Of A Cell
    • Select the Cell you want to format the alignment.
    • Click on TABLE, on the MENU BAR.
    • Select TABLE PROPERTIES and goto the CELL TAB.
    • Select the appropriate alignment.
  • 27. By The Numbers ~ Menu Bar Method A ~ Alignment Of A Cell
  • 28. By The Numbers ~ Menu Bar Method A ~ Alignment Of A Cell
  • 29. By The Numbers ~ Right Click Method B ~ Alignment Of A Cell
    • Select the Cell in which you want to format the alignment.
    • Right Click on the selected cell.
    • Goto CELL ALIGNMENT.
    • Select the appropriate alignment.
  • 30. BORDERS
  • 31. By The Numbers ~ Showing and Hiding Toolbars
    • SLC on the VIEW Menu.
    • Select TOOLBARS.
    • If there is a check next to the name that means that Toolbar is currently on i.e. being displayed.
    • If there is NOT a check and you wish to see the Toolbar just SLC it.
  • 32. Tables and Borders Toolbar
    • This Toolbar has many icons that will allow you to control more then just the Table's Borders.
  • 33. Tables and Border Toolbar (Partial)
  • 34. Table and Border Toolbar (Partial)
  • 35. Border Toolbar (Partial)
  • 36. By The Numbers ~ Method A Tables and Borders Toolbar
    • As always fist select the Table, Row, Column or cell you are working on first.
    • Then select the LINE STYLE and LINE WEIGHT from the corresponding drop-down menu.
    • Then select the NAME/STYLE of line you wish to apply from the BORDERS TOOLBAR.
  • 37. By The Numbers ~ Method B Right Click To Format Borders
    • Select the Table, Row, Column or Cells.
    • Right Click and Choose BORDERS AND SHADING.
    • The BORDERS AND SHADING Dialogue Box will open.
  • 38. By The Numbers ~ Method B Right Click To Format Borders
    • Make the appropriate changes and click okay.
  • 39. By The Numbers ~ Cell Background Colour
    • Changing the background colour of a single cell, group of cells, columns, etc can be changed using the same tools as formatting the Borders of a table:
      • Right Click to access the Borders and Shading Dialogue Box.
      • The Borders and Shading Toolbar.
  • 40. QUESTIONS

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