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Create and edit a table

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Tables are great way to organize
and present data in Keynote.

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Adding a table is as easy as
clicking "Table" in the tool bar.

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Once it appears on your slide

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you can drag it around to
the position you like,

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and resize it by dragging the
handles on the table corners.

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To change the numbers of rows or columns

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go to the format bar

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and click these arrows to change the number

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or select a number and
type in your value directly.

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To format the cell border

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use this pull down menu

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to choose the border you wish to change,

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and then use the format controls
to change the line style,

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thickness, or color.

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To make column and
row labels stand out,

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add a header column or row

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using the header and footer
buttons in the format bar.

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You can also add more than one header

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or footer to your section if you choose.

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To enter text in the table

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double click inside the
cell and start typing.

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If your data doesn't fit you can
resize rows or columns

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by dragging any of the cell borders.

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You can also apply the same cell size

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to any group of cells,

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just Shift+click on the cells you wanna change,

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then go to the Table Inspector
and enter a value

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in the Column Width or Row Heigh boxes

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and then press Enter.

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Your table is now formatted perfectly

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and looking its best.
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