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Table structure in powerpoint

Posted on 2013-01-15
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Dear experts,

I have inserted one table with say 3 column and 3 rows.

Now when I drag the border of the table in the right handside, there is one column which increase in width rest remain the same. There are several permutations that have happened when i tried to alter the size of the table.

Can someone please explain me how to identify the properties of the table (that is to understand what would happen to the table if I were to drap, shrink) the table. so that I can amend the properties of the table then make the changes as per my requirement to the table.

thank you
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http://learningppt.com/quickly-create-tables-in-powerpoint/

This link will walk you through all of the details regarding PowerPoint tables and their properties.
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