How to Position a Table in Word
Tables aren’t simply stuck where they are when you first insert them. You can move them around manually or let Word position them automatically for you.
You can position a table the same way that you position regular text, using the alignment controls.
It’s important that the whole table is selected. If only certain cells are selected, the text in those cells will be aligned instead of the table.
The table is aligned to the left, center, or right margin of the page, just like text would be.
If the basic alignment options don’t position the table where you want it to be, you can move the table around the page manually.
The table moves, and the text on the page moves around to make room.
Text wrapping controls how text in your document flows around a table.
In the Text Wrapping section of the dialog box, you can choose from two text wrapping options.
The text wrapping is changed to the selected setting.
You can also easily resize a table to fit within a certain space.
The table is resized, with the columns and rows resizing proportionally.
You can also specify a preferred table width, but not height, in the Table Properties dialog box.
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