Communication / Collaboration · ICT proficiency · Information literacy · Outlook · Word

#278 Tables in Outlook and Word driving you mad? Just draw them instead!

The Draw Table function in Office 2013 is really useful, particularly if you use tables to help create design layouts.

With the draw table function it is quick and easy to add in extra columns and rows adhoc, that do not need to span across the entire table, making the layout much easier to adjust, without having to merge anything!

Featured Image: “Mobilier de Palerme “ by Figures Ambigues licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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