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Table Tool Enhancements In Word 2013

All versions of Word have given users the ability to arrange text into a Table format – an ideal way to present information in the form of a list with defined Rows, Columns and Cells. However, making structural changes to a Table, like adding additional Rows and Columns to an existing Table, has always meant making sure that your cursor was in the proper Row or Column and then taking a trip with your mouse to the top of the screen to use the various Insert Row and Column tools provided on the Table Tools Layout tab as pictured below:

Now, these tools were not difficult to use, but they were out of the way when you were working in a Table and you had to keep moving your mouse to the top of the screen. Also, if you were not aware of what Row or Column your cursor was in at the time you used one of the buttons, you’d end up with the new Row or Column in the wrong position in your Table.

This makes it faster and more intuitive to add the new Rows and Columns you need without having to move your mouse out of the Table and up to the Ribbons.

The other Table tools that have been enhanced are the tools that let you enhance the thickness, color or style of borders in your Tables. In past versions of Word, you’d first have to select the Rows, Columns or Cells whose borders you wished to enhance and then use the drop down menu from the Borders button and make the correct choice of which Border (top, bottom, outside, inside, etc.) you wished to enhance. This menu was easy to misinterpret and you’d end up with an incorrect border choice that you’d have to undo and try again:

Or, you could have used this menu to open the Borders & Shading dialog box, which was also a non-intuitive and time consuming box to work with:

First, the Border Painter. In order to use this tool, you must first be in an existing Table so the Table tools contextual tabs are present. Then on the Table Tools Design tab, select the style, color and weight (thickness) of your desired Border Style. This automatically turns on the Border Painter as pictured below:

Your mouse pointer will now look like a pen, and you simply drag your mouse over the borders you wish to enhance and they will acquire the border style you want as pictured below:

You will then see a palette of existing Border Styles as well as Recently Used Custom Border Styles. All you need to do is select the Border Style you wish to reproduce. Your mouse pointer will then look like a pen, and you can copy the selected Border Style over any additional Border segments you wish to enhance.

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The Zoom Tool In Word 2007

Zoom in or out with Word 2007

There are several ways Word 2007 lets you zoom in or zoom out on documents: the first way to zoom in or out is to use the zoom slider located in the bottom right corner of Microsoft Word’s main window: by default, your documents are zoomed at 100% – in other words, the document is shown in real size, without any actual zoom.

Zoom in/out or reset the zoom from using the Word 2007 ribbon

Named zoom factors in Word 2007

Word 2007 also includes “named zoom factors” in the Zoom dialog: namely, these are Page width (which will zoom the document to make it fit the entire width of the Word window); Text width (which will automatically zoom in (or out) until the left and right text boundaries are lined up with the border of your Word 2007 window); and finally Whole page, which will zoom out of the document until the entire height of the current page is visible inside your Word 2007 window:

Note that the following named zoom factors are also available directly from the ribbon: One Page (zoom out to show the entire page in all its height), Two Pages (show the same zoom factor as One Page, but show two pages side by side), and Page Width (zoom in to make your document page as wide as permitted by the size of the Word 2007 window). Named zooms in Word 2007 are just shortcuts to various zoom levels, and you can still access them manually, using any one of the zooming methods we outline in this tutorial.

Using the mouse to zoom in Word 2007

Here is a quick tip to close this Word 2007 tutorial on zooming: to zoom in or out fast, hold down the control key on your keyboard ( Ctrl), and scroll the wheel of your mouse. To zoom in, scroll up with the mouse wheel, while holding the Ctrl key pressed down; to zoom out of your document, follow the same steps, and move your mouse wheel down, as if you were scrolling down, still with the Ctrl key held down!

Since each of the mouse “thumps” corresponds to an increment (or decrement) of 10%, Ctrl-scroll 9 times down to zoom out to the minimum of 10% (shown on the screenshot above), and ctrl-scroll back up 9 times to reset the zoom. Since Word 2007 lets you zoom in up to 500% of the original document size, this means that you can view your document, with maximum zoom on, 50-times larger than it actually is. (If you want to zoom that much into the document, using the status bar slider we mentioned earlier would be easier than scrolling up while holding down the control key.)

Where Is The Tools Menu In Microsoft Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2022, 2022 And 365

The key feature of new ribbon interface in Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365 is that all the menus and toolbars of Word 2003, 2002, and 2000 have been categorized and organized in multiple tabs. In other words, because the items have been grouped under different tabs, the tools menu does not exist any longer.

If you try to find any items of the old tools menu in Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365, please see the following solutions.

Solutions

Solution A: Restore the tools menu. If you are accustomed to the old style menus and toolbars of Office 2003, XP(2002) and 2000, the Classic Menu for Office is perfect for you. It brings back the old menus and toolbars to Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365. All new features of 2007/2010/2013/2016/2019 have been added into it. Know more…

Solution B: Locate every item (of tools menu) one by one on the new ribbon interface. If you like the new ribbon interface of Word 2007, 2010 or 2013, and want to locate certain functions on the ribbon, please browse the following tables ( Location in Word 2007 and Location in Word 2010/2013). They indicate the new location of different items from the tools menu.

A: Tools Menu

B1: Location in Word 2007

B2: Location in Word 2010/2013

More Tips

What is Classic Menu for Office

The software Classic Menu for Office is designed for the people who are accustomed to the old interface of Microsoft Office 2003, XP (2002) and 2000. It brings back the classic menus and toolbars to Microsoft Office (includes Word) 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365. The classic view helps the people to smoothly upgrade to the latest version of Office, and work with Office 2007/2010/2013/2016 as if it were Office 2003.

All new features and commands of Office 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365 have been added to the menus and toolbars;

Without any training or tutorials after upgrading, users can work with Office 2007/2010/2013/2016 immediately;

Easy to show or hide the classic menus, toolbars and ribbon tabs;

Easy to install and use. Supports all languages. Free download!

Easy to deploy to all computers in your company.

Screen Shot of Classic Menu for Word

How Do I… Create And Format Tables In Word 2007?

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Word 2007, part of the Microsoft Office 2007 suite, has many built-in features that can enhance your documents and the manner in which you communicate information to your audience. One of the most common and yet still useful features in this category is the table format. Creating and formatting tables in Word 2007 is different from how you did it Word 2003, but you may actually find it easier.

Create a table

You can also choose one of the first two items from the list shown in Figure B and insert a table by way of the Insert Table dialog box ( Figure D) or by drawing a table.

Several pre-made table templates are available on the Insert tab listed under the Quick Tables item ( Figure F). You can insert calendars, double tables, and tabular lists, to name just a few.

Format a table

Once you create a table and populate it with data, the next step is to format the table. Proper formatting will help your table convey just the information you want it to.

Design Ribbon under Table Tools

As part of the Office 2007 interface, additional tabs and menu items are revealed to the user when they are needed. In this case, a new high-level tab, Table Tools, is added to the interface whenever you are interacting with a table element inside a Word document. The two tabs under Table Tools contain all of the various formatting tools you need to customize your table.

In Word 2007, whenever you are inside a table within your document, the Ribbon interface changes to the Design Ribbon under Table Tools ( Figure G).

From the Design Ribbon, you can set format characteristics like header row, first column, shading, borders, and color. You can use one of the predefined styles listed on the Ribbon or you can create something on your own. These format settings can be applied to a specific cell, row, column, or to the entire table.

The Design Ribbon also includes a section where you can set the type of line you would like to use, the point size of that line, and the color of that line ( Figure H).

In another area on the Design Ribbon under Table Tools, you can set shading and place or remove border lines. The number of choices offers you a tremendous amount of formatting flexibility ( Figure I).

Layout Ribbon under Table Tools

Additional formatting options are available on the Layout Ribbon under Table Tools, shown in Figure J.

Among the more important formatting decisions you will have to make about your table is how to align it on the page and how to space the cells within the table itself.

Aligning individual cells, rows, columns, and the entire table can all be accomplished with the buttons located in the Alignment section of the Layout Ribbon (Figure J) under Table Tools. You can also change text direction and cell margins in this area of the Ribbon ( Figure L).

The Layout Ribbon (Figure J) under Table Tools is also where you can insert rows and columns into your table, either at the ends or in between existing rows and columns.

Table styles

Microsoft Office 2007 includes numerous themes and templates for each of the applications in the suite, including Word 2007 tables. One of the features that differentiates Office 2007 from Office 2003 is the ability to preview these templates and themes before you commit to them. Figure N shows a simple table with basic formatting. Holding the mouse over the Table Styles shown on the Design Ribbon (Figure G) under Table Tools will preview what the table would like if that pre-made style were applied ( Figure O).

Wrap up

As you can see, the way you create and format tables in Word 2007 is different from the way you performed the same task in Office 2003 and earlier. However, the Ribbon interface actually makes sense when you are working on tables in Word. It may take some getting used to, but I think in the long run, the Ribbon will be seen as a beneficial feature and not a drawback.