I need to make a form that is 12 boxes across by 11 boxes down. Each box should be about 3/4 inch x 3/4 inch. I don't have a clue. I have word and excel. Someone needs to be really specific here. Thanks
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Hi there inkeeper4,

OK, Startup Word and make sure you setup your page with ample room to fit the table in.
1) Then go to "Table" | "Insert Table".
2) Enter 12 Columns and 11 Rows and specify the column width to be 0.75 inches (3/4).
3) Then while the cursor is still in the table goto "Table" | "Select Table" (This should select the whole table).
4) Then go to "Table" | "Cell height and width".
5) In the "Line" tab there is a setting for the "Height of lines 1-11" which should be "Automatic". Set that to "Exaxtly".
6) Next to it, set the "points" to 54 (which is 3/4 inches).

That should do it!

Good Luck,

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inkeeper4Author Commented:
Alright:):) All I could do was 11 across but I guess I can work around that. BRAVO!!
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