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Computer Science -> Solved Exercise -> Class - 7th, Lesson No. 6 (Microsoft Word (Part-IV))

CHAPTER - 6
MICROSOFT WORD (PART-IV)

Exercise


  1. A Table consists of a number of columns and rows.
  2. Tables are often used to organize and present information.
  3. Horizontal lines of the table are called Rows and vertical lines are called Columns.
  4. The intersection of column and row is called a Cell.
  5. Using Draw Table option, we can draw a complex table, for example:a table that contains cells of different heights or a varying number of columns per row.
  6. To move the cursor to the next adjoining cell in a table, either press the Tab key or press the Right arrow key.
  7. To go to the previous cell of a table, either press Shift + Tab keys or the Left arrow key.
  8. Word provides the facility to add columns to right or left of the existing column and insert rows above or below the selected row.
  9. Dividing a cell into multiple cells is called Splitting.
  10. Combining two or more cells into a single cell is called Merging.
  11. Using Properties button, we can change the alignment of a table, size of rows, columns or cells.

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