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Outline Excel Data in Microsoft Excel: Overview             You can outline Excel data to add an organizational quality to a long or wide worksheet. When you outline Excel data, you group worksheet data into different levels based on column and row headings. Lower level data is associated with the headings in the rows or columns.

Format Tables in Word: Overview             You can format tables in Word to clarify the data and also enhance the appearance of the information. Word has many pre-created table formats you can apply to your tables. In addition to these table styles, you can also select individual elements of the table and then apply your

Format a PivotTable in Excel: Overview             You can apply preset styles to format a PivotTable in Excel. To format a PivotTable in Excel, click into any cell in the PivotTable. Then click the “Design” tab of the “PivotTable Tools” contextual tab within the Ribbon. Then click the desired style to apply from the listing

Make Columns in Publisher: Overview             You can make columns in Publisher to aid in the layout of a publication page. You can then add text boxes over the column guides you create in the page to produce newsletter-style layouts. When you make columns in Publisher, you can also add rows to a publication page.

Using Layout Guides in Publisher: Overview             Layout guides in Publisher appear onscreen to help you stay within the printable page area. Margin guides are one type of layout guides in Publisher that you can use when designing publications. In this lesson, you will learn about the types of layout guides in Publisher you can

Adjust Row Height and Column Width in Word Tables: Overview             You can adjust row height and column width in Word tables using the mouse. To do this, place your mouse pointer over the border of the column or row to adjust. When you are in the correct place, the mouse pointer turns into a

How to Create Tables in Access: Overview             This lesson shows you how to create tables in Access. A table is an organized structure that holds information. It consists of “fields” of information into which you enter the “records” of the table. A field is a single column within a table, consisting of one category

Report Tables in Project 2013: Overview             Report tables in Project 2013 differ from tables in other Office applications, like Word, in that you cannot manually add information to them. Report tables in Project 2013 simply display selected information about the project. Report tables in Project 2013 use a data source for their display of