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Old 02-20-2009, 12:47 PM
blackduck603 blackduck603 is offline Is there a way to Define a common Table Format as Object? Windows XP Is there a way to Define a common Table Format as Object? Office 2000
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I have a common Table layout that I use in many documents. I was wondering if there is a way to define this as an Object and save it somehow so it can be insterted into any document via Insert Object instead of re-inventing it or copying and pasting it from another document.



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caholmes caholmes is offline Is there a way to Define a common Table Format as Object? Windows Vista Is there a way to Define a common Table Format as Object? Office 2007
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Don't try to save it as an object. If you are familiar with styles in word you can create a table style that will save the formatting for you. Once this is done you insert a normal table and apply the new table style to it. If you are using word 2007 you could also save your table as a quick part (located under the Insert Tab)
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