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1 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014SPS Technology Department MS WORD and Tables

2 SPS Technology Department2 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 While Waiting ~ Open a MS WORD blank Document Insert a 4 by 3 Table

3 SPS Technology Department3 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Standard Addressed Standard 1: Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computers and applications as well as an understanding of concepts underlying hardware, software, and connectivity.

4 SPS Technology Department4 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 MS WORD and Tables By the end of this session you will know and be able to: Add a table to your Word document and add content to the table. Edit a table's structure. Format a basic table and its contents. Sort a table.

5 SPS Technology Department5 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 You will demonstrate this by... Creating 4 by 3 table 3 subjects 3 periods Assign teachers to each section

6 SPS Technology Department6 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Why use a Table? A Word table is an object you can add to your document to help organize text and other content on a page. Tables help organize the elements on a page for complex documents like presentations and reports.

7 SPS Technology Department7 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Insert From the drop down menu select Table Insert Table Columns 4 Rows 3 Click Ok

8 SPS Technology Department8 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables – Insert Cont.

9 SPS Technology Department9 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables – Add text To add text to any cell in your table, simply click in the cell and begin typing. When you finish typing the text you need in any cell, you can press the TAB key to move to the next cell. ELAMathScience Period 1 Period 2

10 SPS Technology Department10 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Clip Art You can insert a graphic into a table cell by clicking on the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From Clip Art.

11 SPS Technology Department11 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Copy and Paste Copy and paste- First, you select the table (or part of the table) that you want to copy or move. Then, on the Edit menu, you click Copy (to copy) or Cut (to move), and then Paste, just as you would for document text (or press CTRL+C, CTRL+X, and CTRL+V, respectively). Caution When resting the pointer over a table, you may see the Table Move Handle at the upper-left corner of the table. When you click and drag this icon to move a table, it enables text to wrap around your table and turns your table into a floating graphic object which can make the table and the document more complex to manage.

12 SPS Technology Department12 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Add/ Delete rows or columns Start with your insertion point where you want to add a new column or row. On the Table menu, point to Insert, and then click Rows Above or Rows Below, or Columns to the Left or Columns to the Right. Tip To add multiple columns or rows, select the same number of columns or rows in your existing table as you want to insert, before following the insert steps. Select the rows or columns to delete, and then, on the Table menu, point to Delete, and then click Rows or Columns. Caution Avoid deleting individual cells.

13 SPS Technology Department13 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Resize Column or Row Resize a column/row by inserting the cursor on the line between columns, click hold down and drag to desired location. Note: resize more precisely by holding the ALT key down while you drag.

14 SPS Technology Department14 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables To resize the entire table-Table menu, click Table Properties, and then click the Table tab. Select the Preferred width check box, and enter the width you want for the table. Then click OK. Alignment, text wrapping, and Borders and shading are also available options

15 SPS Technology Department15 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Tables- Merge and Split Add a row Select row TABLE Merge Similar process to split

16 SPS Technology Department16 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Your Turn Create Schedule for the 6 th grade North team using a table 5 teachers Include first and last names and subject

17 SPS Technology Department17 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Rubric - Schedule for the 6 th grade North team using a table Has 5 teachersHas 4 TeachersHas 3 teacherHas 2 teachersHas less than 2 teachers Table is 5 by 6Table has most of the components Table has missing many components Table has a few components Table has no components Table clearly identifies all five teacher schedules Table has minor errors in the teacher schedules Table has major errors in the teacher schedules Table does not represent the teacher schedules No table

18 SPS Technology Department18 Created 11/06/2006 Revised 6/11/2014 Sample Period 1Period 2Period 3Period 4 Abbott, Tim ELA Room 121Room 122Room 123Room 124 Jones, Mary Math Room 125Room 123Room 124Room 121 Mery, Deanna Sci Room 123Room 124Room 125Room 122 Pertu, Yew Soc Stu Room 124Room 121Room 122Room 125 Zaher, Fran PE Room 122Room 125Room 121Room 123

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