A media blog about gadgets, media, software, and technology.
PowerPoint: Adding Objects to Your Slides Part (2)
After you select a slide to which you want to add a table, click the Insert menu and click Table to open the Insert Table dialog box.
3. Describe the table size.
Table size is determined by two simple quantities: the number of columns in the table and the number of rows in the table. In the Number Of Columns box, specify how many columns are needed. In the Number Of Rows box, specify how many rows are needed. Click OK to add the table to the open slide.
4. Fill the table with information.
Double-click a table cell to enter the edit mode (after you first create a table PowerPoint displays the Draw Table tool that you can use to add columns or rows) Then enter information in the individual cells to fill the table.
You can also use the Edit menu’s Cut, Copy, and Paste commands as well as the toolbar Cut, Copy, and Paste buttons to move text and even pictures or clip art into the cells of a table you just inserted.