Using tables in Word XP can help organize content in different ways. When using Word XP tables can be used for text and numerical data.
Tables allow large amounts of text and/or numbers to be presented in an organized and easy-to-read fashion. Sports statistics, address books, math formulas, menus, and many other documents often incorporate tables to share information.
Similar to columns, tables can be challenging at first. Word has created an entire menu to help you create your first table.
Here are a few important terms to know before you begin creating tables:
Row: A row runs horizontal in a table and is divided by borders.
Border: A border separates the lines in the table.
Column: A column runs perpendicular in a table and is divided by borders.
Cell: A cell is the box that's created when your rows and columns intersect. The cell contains your data or information.