How to distribute rows and columns evenly in a table drawn in Microsoft Word 2007 on Windows XP
The ability to draw a table while working in a Microsoft Word 2007 document is one of the easiest ways to streamline your content. It helps you capture your content in a definite structure while segregating and highlighting it, as desired. You can give varied sub-headings, add graphics and format the table to make it look visually appealing. The table allows you to divide the content in varied rows and columns spread across the table. But for a more unified look and appeal, you might want to have evenly distributed rows and columns. How best can you achieve them? It does not require any technical expertise and is certainly no rocket science. Well, the answer is by following a few random and easy steps while working on your Windows XP PC. Let us see how:
1. Open Microsoft Word
2. Click on the “Insert” menu, in the “Tables” group, click “Table”.
3. Click “Draw Table”. The pointer changes to a pencil.
4. To define the outer boundaries of the table, draw a rectangle.
5. Draw column and row lines inside the rectangle.
6. Click in the table.
7. Under “Table Tools”, click on the “Layout” tab, in the “Cell Size” group, click “Distribute Rows” and “Distribute columns”.