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OpenOffice.org Writer: Use Your Keyboard to Create a Table
Posted By April On November 8, 2011 @ 12:52 PM In OpenOffice | 4 Comments
We’ve previously discussed using the Table menu to add tables to your Writer documents, but today I’d like to share with you how you can accomplish the same thing without ever taking your hands from the keyboard.
All it takes is a little plus and minus to get the job done… literally!
You can layout the number of columns and width of each with a simple series of plus (+) and minus (-) signs.
Use the plus sign to indicate where Writer should place a left / right side of a cell in the table and minus signs between them to indicate the cell width.
Once you hit the Enter key after the last plus sign the change will automatically occur.
To add more rows to your table hit the Tab key when you are in the last cell of the last row in the table.
A new row is added and you can quickly tab across the row to add yet another. (Actually I just held down the Tab key and watched as the rows were rapidly created one after another.)
That’s all there is to it – table creation with your keyboard – it doesn’t get any easier than that.
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