||Conferences & Workshops. Tables rank right up there with the spell checker as one of the neatest word processing features. A table neatly arranges text and data in a grid, organized by columns and rows. Once you have entered information in a table, you can do all kinds of things with it. For example, you can sort the information alphabetically or numerically; add and delete columns and/or rows; and make your table stand out by formatting it with border, shading, and color options.
Tables can be used in place of tab stops to organize and layout information in an attractive, organized manner. As powerful as tables are, most people dont know how to use them effectively, if at all.
Tables are so important that this entire workshop is devoted to helping you become a table expert.