How to Put a Dollar Sign in a Table in a Word 2007 Document


The Microsoft Word 2007 program offers many features which can allow you to create all sorts of different documents. For example, you can use the Word 2007 program to keep track on information via a table. There is a simple method for adding a table to the document you're working in. Then you can enter any information you need, such as a dollar sign if you're keeping track of monetary values in your table.

  • Open your Word 2007 program and click the "Insert" tab from the top menu bar.

  • Click the down arrow under "Table."

  • Select the size of the table by specifying the number of rows and columns.

  • Place your cursor inside the specific box on the table that you want to type in and the press the right-click button on your mouse.

  • Locate the "Insert" tab at the top of the screen and click it. Click on the arrow below "Symbol" to open the drop-down list.

  • Find the dollar sign in the drop-down list. If it is not there, click "More Symbols" to expand the list. Click on the dollar sign symbol to insert it in the table.


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