How to Quickly Set The Table Display and Format in Microsoft Word. When you create a table, of course you want your table has a view that “different”, not just like regular table view but you do not want your time runs out only preoccupied by the affairs of view only. Actually you can still use different types of table display format that has been provided by Microsoft Word. To take advantage of the view that already provided by Microsoft Word you can use the following steps.
- Select and click the table that will be set looks
- On the Table Tools menu click Design ribbon tab
- In the table styles group select one of the look you want
- Header Row: using a display with a special format on the first line
- Total Row: using a display with a special format on the last line or row
- Banded Rows: using the display with a special format that distinguish between odd and even lines so that the table easier to read
- First Column: using a display with a special format in the first column
- Last Column: using a display with a special format in the last column
- Banded Columns: use the display with a special format that distinguish between odd and even columns so the table easier to read
Tips for Table Setting in Microsoft Word
- The Display format provided by Microsoft Word is still a basic display. If you are still not satisfied with the table view so you can edit or improve it. At least you’re saving some of your time.
- It is great if you use the same table format on your report document