How to Make a Spreadsheet in Word

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In order to create a spreadsheet in Microsoft Word, open up a blank document and go to "Table" to insert a table. Select the number of columns and rows to place in a spreadsheet with help from an employee of an IT company in this free video on making spreadsheets in Microsoft Word.

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My name is Stephanie and I work with CMIT Solutions. Today I'm going to show you how to create a spreadsheet in Microsoft Word. In order to create a spreadsheet in Word simply open up Word, go to file new blank document. You can create a spreadsheet in a couple of different ways. You can either go to table, insert table, select the number of columns and then select the number of rows you wish. In this case we are going to have five columns with two rows in our spreadsheet, click o'kay and it will automatically create a table or spreadsheet inside the Word document for you. The other way to create an Excel spreadsheet in a Word document is by opening up Excel, starting a new workbook, type in your data. You can select the cells of your spreadsheet, right click, select copy, open up Word, create a new blank document and right click and paste and your spreadsheet will paste in your Word document and it's as easy as that. In order to create a spreadsheet in Word you can simply do an insert table and select the number of columns and rows that you wish or you can create a spreadsheet in Excel and copy and paste.

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