How to draw a table in Microsoft Word 2013 on a Windows 7 PC?
There are plenty of ways in which you can highlight the important content in the Microsoft Word 2013 document that you are working on. You can color code it, make it bold or italicized or even display them in a tabular form. Yes, you can easily create tables in Microsoft Word 2013 documents and even customize the same to better suit your needs. For example: you can draw a standard table and fit in your text and figures in it, you can also draw complex tables like the ones that have different cell sizes, and you can further color code the different cells to highlight your content in a much more visual manner. So, if you haven’t yet started the process, here is your chance to do it. By following the easy-step solution as mentioned below, you can conveniently draw a table, erase the unwanted portions and add more columns and rows to your existing table and thereby complete your task in a jiffy.
The solution to the above issue on your Windows 7-based PC is:
- Open Microsoft Word 2013 and then open any saved document.
- Click on the ‘Insert’ tab, in the ‘Tables’ group, click on ‘Table’.
- Click ‘Draw Table’. The pointer will change to a pencil.
- To define the outer boundaries of the table, draw a rectangle.
- Draw row and column lines inside the rectangle.
- To erase a line or block of lines, in the ‘Draw’ group, click ‘Eraser ‘.
- Click the line that you want to erase. When the task is done, click ‘Draw Table’ to continue drawing the table.
- When you finish drawing the table, click in a cell and start typing.Â
Isn’t it simple? There are other tricks and simple solutions that you can apply to make your Microsoft Word documents interesting and appealing and detailed as well. To know the others, check out this space. However, for now, here is a short solution video that you can check out to better comprehend the above mentioned steps; to watch it now, click below: