As some of you may know, when you populate your Word tables with text, some of the familiar keys on your keyboard do not always behave the way they normally do. The particular key I am referring to in this article is the Tab key. As many of you have found out, when you click your Tab key within a table, it simply moves you to the next cell of your table or at the end of your table, it will supply you with a new row.
There are occasions however, when we need that tab in our table and I used to hate it when someone would instead just put spaces in lieu of that tab! It’s actually very easy to place tabs in the cells of your table.
Follow the steps below to learn how:
- Depress your CTRL key and tap the Tab key.
- Depress your Alt key and then on your numeric keypad, key in 0009.
It’s always simple once you know how isn’t it?