16.3 Graphics Demonstration - Graphics Demonstration Table...

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Graphics Demonstration Table Demonstration Listen to the instructor as he demonstrates how to prepare a table in Microsoft Word. He will demonstrate how to prepare Figure 3 on page 446 in the course textbook. As he prepares that table, he will use the steps listed on the handout entitled “Constructing Tables in Microsoft Word.” His completed work should look like the example on the bottom half of this page. In 2010 employees at CIP earned a total of $398 million in wages, as shown in Table 1. Table 1 Average Annual Wages by Industry Groups Coconino Industrial Park, 2010 Industry Group Employees Annual Wages Total Manufacturing and assembly 4,073 $53,400 $217,498,200 Computer and electronics 1,657 65,200 108,036,400 Publishing 672 61,100 41,059,200 Warehousing and storage 370 48,500 17,945,000 Other 263 51,300 13,491,900 7,035 $398,030,700 Source: 2010 Survey of CIP employees.
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Instructions for Constructing Tables in Microsoft Word 1. Type the table number and table title (in capital letters) above where you want to create the table. The table number and table title should be centered on different lines. See examples in Chapter 11 (Figure 11.12 on page 365) and Chapter 13 (Figure 1 on page 444). 2. Place two blank lines between the title and the top edge of the table. 3. Click on Insert , which is located on the main menu near the top of the monitor screen. 4. Click on Table , which is located on the row of icons immediately below the main menu. 5. Move the cursor arrow down to the Insert Table line. Click on the Insert Table line. The Insert Table dialog box should appear. 6.
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