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Lesson 10: Working with Lists

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Introduction

Bulleted and numbered lists can be used in your documents to format, arrange, and emphasize text. In this lesson, you will learn how to modify existing bullets, insert new bulleted and numbered lists, select symbols as bullets, and format multilevel lists.

Using bulleted and numbered lists

When you want to organize lists in Word, you can format them as either bulleted or numbered lists. Word offers a variety of bullet options that allow you to customize your lists to suit your needs.

Optional: You can download this example for extra practice.

To create a list:

When you’re editing a list, you can press Enter to start a new line, and the new line will automatically have a bullet or number. When you’ve reached the end of your list, press Enter twice to return to normal formatting.

Bullet options

To use a symbol as a bullet:

To change the bullet color:

Multilevel lists

Multilevel lists allow you to create an outline with multiple levels. In fact, you can turn any bulleted or numbered list into a multilevel list by placing the insertion point at the beginning of a line and pressing the Tab key to change the level for that line. You can then use the Multilevel List command to choose the types of bullets or numbering that are used.

A multilevel list

To create a multilevel list:

To change the level of a line:

Place the insertion point at the beginning of the line.

Placing the insertion point at the beginning of a line

Press the Tab key to increase the level.

Pressing the Tab key to increase the level of a line

Hold Shift and press Tab to decrease the level.

Challenge!

Open an existing Word document. If you want, you can use this example.

Format some text as a bulleted or numbered list. If you’re using the example, use the list of New Clients on page 2.

Insert a new numbered list into the document.

Modify the color of a bullet.

Use the Tab key to change the levels of some of the lines.

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Word 2010: Working With Tables

Lesson 21: Working with Tables

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Introduction

A table is a grid of cells arranged in rows and columns. Tables can be customized and are useful for various tasks such as presenting text information and numerical data.

In this lesson, you will learn how to convert text to a table, apply table styles, format tables, and create blank tables.

Inserting and modifying tables

In Word, tables are useful for organizing and presenting data. You can create a blank table, convert text to a table, and apply a variety of styles and formats to existing tables.

Optional: You can download this example for extra practice.

To insert a blank table:

To convert existing text to a table:

To add a row above an existing row:

You can also add rows below the insertion point. Follow the same steps, but select Insert Rows Below from the menu.

To add a column:

To delete a row or column:

To apply a table style:

To change table style options:

Once you’ve chosen a table style, you can turn various options on or off to change the appearance of the table. There are six options: Header Row, Total Row, Banded Rows, First Column, Last Column, and Banded Columns.

Depending on which table style you’re using, certain table style options may have a somewhat different effect. You may need to experiment to get the exact look you want.

To add borders to a table:

Modifying a table using the Layout tab

When you select a table in Word 2010, Design and Layout tabs appear under Table Tools on the Ribbon. Using commands on the Layout tab, you can make a variety of modifications to the table.

Change Text Direction

Making the text vertical can add style to your table and saves space, allowing you to fit more columns in your table.

Align Cell Text

By changing the alignment of a cell, you can control exactly where the text is located. In the example below, the cell text is aligned to the bottom-right.

Distribute Rows/Columns

To keep your table looking neat and organized, you may want to distribute the rows or columns equally, which makes them all the same size. You can distribute the rows or columns for the entire table or just a portion of it.

Change Cell Size

Merge and Split Cells

Some tables require a layout that doesn’t conform to the standard grid. In these cases, you may need to merge or split cells.

Add Rows and Columns

You can insert or delete rows and columns in your table. This can be especially useful if you need to add something to the middle of your table.

Challenge!

Open an existing Word document. If you want, you can use this example.

Convert some text into a table. If you are using the example, convert the text below By Client.

Apply a table style, and experiment with the table style options. If you are using the example, see if you can make the table match the By Salesperson table above it.

Delete a row from the table.

Insert a blank table with five rows and four columns.

Add borders to the blank table.

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List Of Unusual Words Beginning With G

gabardine

closely woven cotton or wool twill

gabble

to chatter or talk inarticulately

gabbro

granular igneous rock

gabion

wicker or wire basket of earth or rock

gablock

spur attached to the heel of a fighting cock

gad

to wander about idly or in pursuit of pleasure

gadarene

headlong; precipitate

gadoid

of, resembling or pertaining to the cod

gadroon

embossed decoration or fluting on silverware

gadzookery

the use of archaisms in literature

gaff

spar on which head of fore-and-aft sail is extended

gaff-topsail

triangular topsail with its foot extended upon the gaff

gage

token of defiance or challenge; thing deposited as pledge of performance

gaita

Spanish bagpipes

gal

unit of acceleration of one centimeter per second per second

galabiya

north African smock-like garment

galactic

of, like or pertaining to or obtained from milk

galactoid

like or resembling milk; milky

galactometer

instrument for measuring specific gravity of milk

galactophagist

milk drinker

galactophorous

bearing or carrying milk

galago

woolly long-tailed nocturnal lemur (bush baby)

galah

blue-gray Australian cockatoo

galatea

striped cotton

galbanum

nonsense; a kind of gum resin

galeanthropy

belief that one is a cat

galeated

shaped like a helmet

galeiform

shaped like a helmet

galère

group of undesirable people; unpleasant situation

galericulate

topped by a hat-like covering

galilee

porch in front of church

galimatias

nonsense; confused mixture of unrelated things

gallet

to fill in mortar joints with small pebbles

galliard

brisk; gallant; lively

galliard

sprightly Renaissance and Baroque dance

gallicide

killer of fowl

gallimaufry

a mixture of different things; hodge-podge

gallinaceous

of or resembling pheasants and other domestic birds

gallionic

uncaring; indifferent

gallipot

small medicine jar

gallize

to bring wine to standard proportions

gallomania

craze or obsession with France and the French

galloon

lace trim or binding material

Gallophile

one who loves France or the French

gallophobia

fear of France or the French

galop

lively double-time dance

galvanometer

instrument for measuring electrical current

galvanoscope

instrument for detecting presence and direction of electric current

gambado

bound or spring of a horse; fantastic movement

gambeson

ancient leather or quilted coat worn as armour

gambrel

crooked stick used by butchers for hanging carcasses

gambrel

roof having a pentagonal gable

gambroon

twilled worsted and cloth

gametogenesis

formation of gametes

gamic

sexual; sexually produced

gamidolatry

worship of marriage

gamin

street urchin; precocious imp

gaminesque

playful; impish; boyish

gamma

unit of magnetic flux density equal to one nanotesla

gammadion

figure comprised of capital gammas; swastika

gammicism

inability or hardship in pronouncing letters ‘g’ and ‘k’

gammon

to feign an action; perpetrate a hoax on; nonsense, rubbish

gamogenesis

sexual reproduction

gamomania

obsession with issuing odd marriage proposals

gamophagia

destruction of one gamete by another

gamophobia

fear of marriage

gangue

worthless rock in which valuable metals occur

gangway

either of the sides of the upper deck of a ship

ganister

gannet

large white Atlantic seabird

ganoid

having shiny smooth scales

ganosis

reduction in shininess of marble

gantline

rope used in single-block hoist

gantry

shelving for barrels; shelf where drinks are displayed

gaposis

gap in a row of buttons or snaps

garboard

plank on a ship’s bottom next to the keel

garbology

study of garbage

garçonniere

bachelor apartment

garde-bras

armour connecting the gauntlet to the elbow-plates

gardevisure

visor of a helmet

garner

granary; store of anything

garnetiferous

bearing garnets

garret

room just under the roof of a house; attic

gasconade

to brag or boast

gasconism

boastfulness

gasiform

of the form or shape of gas

gasometer

instrument for holding and measuring gases

gastriloquist

ventriloquist

gastroenterology

study of stomach; intestines

gastrolatry

gluttony; excessive love of food

gastrolith

stone ingested by an animal to aid in digestion

gastrology

good eating; cookery

gastromancy

divination by sounds from the belly

gastronomy

study of fine dining

gastrophilanthropist

one who seeks to satisfy the appetites of others

gastropod

mollusks including snails; slugs; whelks

gastroscope

instrument for examining interior of the stomach

gastrosopher

a person skilled in matters of eating

gat

opening or strait between two sandbanks

gatefold

oversized page in a book

gaucherie

awkward or socially unacceptable remark

gaud

trick or practical joke

gaudiloquent

speaking joyfully or on joyful matters

gauffer

to make pleats or ripples in material

gauleiter

overbearing wielder of petty authority

gault

heavy clay used for bricks

gaumless

stupid; witless; vacant

gauntlet

armoured glove

gauss

unit of magnetic flux density equal to 1/10000 tesla

gavage

force-feeding of poultry

gavelkind

land inheritance by all sons in equal portion

gavotte

moderate tempo French peasant dance

gawdelpus

helpless person

gayal

domesticated ox with tufted tail, native to south Asia

gazar

silk organza fabric

geal

of, like or pertaining or pertaining to the earth

gegenschein

glow of zodiacal light seen opposite the sun

geist

spirit; intellectual inclination

geitonogamy

pollination of a flower by another flower on the same plant

gelada

long-haired Ethiopian baboon

gelasin

dimple in the cheek that appears when one smiles

gelastic

of, like or pertaining to or provoking laughter

gelation

solidification by cooling

gelogenic

tending to produce laughter

geloscopy

fortune-telling by means of laughter

gemel

twinned; occurring in pairs

gemelliparous

having given birth to twins

gement

groaning, lamenting

geminate

to double; to arrange in pairs

gemination

doubling of a consonant sound; in rhetoric, repetition of a word or phrase

geminiform

paired; double

gemma

bud from which a new plant can grow

gemmate

to deck with gems

gemmeous

of, like or pertaining to gems; like a gem

gemmiferous

bearing gems

gemmology

study of gems and jewels

gemsbok

large South African antelope

genappe

smooth worsted yarn

genarch

head of a family or clan

generalate

the office of a general

genesic

of, like or pertaining to procreation or the genitals

genesiology

study of reproduction and heredity

genet

spotted long-tailed carnivorous mammal like the civet

genethliacon

birthday ode

genethlialogy

the art of casting horoscopes

genetrix

mother; female ancestor

geniculate

bent like a knee; jointed

geniophobia

fear of chins

genitive

indicating possession, origin or relation

genoa

large jib that overlaps the mainsail

genouillère

jointed knee-piece of armour

gentilitian

belonging to a race or clan

gentrification

movement of middle class to working class area

geocarpy

the production or ripening of fruit underground

geocentrism

belief that Earth is the centre of the universe

geochemistry

study of chemistry of the earth’s crust

geochronology

study of measuring geological time

geocyclic

of, like or pertaining to the rotation and revolution of the Earth

geodesy

earth measurement on a large scale

geofact

rock chipped naturally that looks like an artifact

geogenous

growing on the ground

geogeny

science of the formation of the earth’s crust

geognosy

knowledge of the general structure of the earth

geogony

study of formation of the earth

geoid

figure of the earth

geolatry

earth-worship

geology

study of earth’s crust

geomancy

divination by casting earth onto a surface

geomorphogeny

study of the origins of land forms

geophagy

practice of feeding on soil; dirt-eating

geophilous

living in or near the ground

geophone

device for detecting sound waves underground

geophyte

plant that grows in the earth

geoponic

agricultural

geoponics

study of agriculture

georgic

of, like or pertaining to agricultural or rustic affairs; rural; agrarian

geoscopy

examination or analysis of soil

geoselenic

of, like or pertaining to both the Earth and the moon

geostrophic

of, like or pertaining to deflection due to effects of Earth’s rotation

geotaxis

response of an organism to gravity

geotechnics

study of increasing habitability of the earth

geothermometer

instrument for measuring subterranean temperatures

gerascophobia

fear of growing old

geratology

study of decadence and decay

gerdoying

imitation sound of a crash

gerendum

something that is to be done

gerent

one that rules or manages

gerenuk

long-necked antelope with large eyes

german

of one’s parents’ siblings

Germanophilia

love or fondness for Germany or the Germans

germicide

substance that kills germs

gerocomy

study of old age

geromorphism

appearing to be older than one’s actual age

gerontocracy

government by the aged

gerontogenous

of, like or pertaining to the Old World

gerontology

study of the elderly; aging

gerontophilia

sexual attraction towards the elderly

gerrymander

to divide electoral districts for one’s own political gain

gesso

plaster of Paris used in painting

gestatorial

of, like or pertaining to carrying

gestic

of, like or pertaining to gestures

geta

wooden-soled Japanese shoe

gewgaw

toy; trifling object; bauble

gharial

large Indian crocodile with long snout

gharry

box-like Middle Eastern horse-drawn cab

ghawazi

Egyptian dancing girls

giaour

one who does not follow the Islamic faith; unbeliever

gib

wedge-shaped piece of metal that holds another in place

gibbous

hump-backed; humped; swollen

gibus

hat worn to the opera

gid

brain disease suffered by sheep

gig

light two-wheeled one-horse carriage

giganticide

killing of a giant

gigantology

study of giants

gigantomachy

war of giants against the gods

gigue

lively Baroque dance in triple time

gilbert

unit of magnetomotive force

gimbals

arrangement of rings allowing free motion of supported object

gimcrack

trick; trivial mechanism

gimmal

ring that can be divided into two or three rings

gingham

striped cotton cloth

ginglymus

joint that permits movement in one plane only

ginnel

narrow alley between high buildings

ginnery

place where cotton is ginned

girandole

branched chandelier or similar structure

girasol

fire-opal that glows like fire in certain light

glabrous

hairless; smooth

glaciology

study of ice ages and glaciation

glacis

a gentle slope in fortification

gladiate

shaped like a sword

glair

egg white used as medium for binding paint

glaireous

slimy; viscous

glandiferous

bearing acorns or nuts

glandiform

gland-shaped; acorn-shaped

glanduliferous

bearing glands

glareous

gravelly; growing on gravel

glaucous

sea-green; greyish-blue

glebe

church land granted to clergyman

glebous

earthy; full of clods

gleed

hot coal; burning ember

gleet

mucus discharge from the urethra

glenoid

slightly cupped; socket-shaped

gliriform

resembling a rodent

glirine

rodent-like; of, like or pertaining to rodents

glissade

moving on snow without skis

gloaming

period between sunset and full night; dusk

globuliferous

bearing globules

glochidiate

bristled; barbed

glockenspiel

small bells or bars struck by hammer or keyed levers

glomerate

packed or bunched together

glossographer

writer of short explanatory notes or glosses

glossography

writing of glossaries; written description of a language

glossology

study of language; study of the tongue

glossophagine

eating using the tongue

glottogonic

of, like or pertaining to the origins of language

glozing

flattery; deceit

gluconeogenesis

production of glucose from non-carbohydrates

glumiferous

bearing glumes

glutinous

gluey; sticky

glycogenesis

production of glycogen

glyptic

of, like or pertaining to carving or gem-engraving

glyptography

the art of engraving on gems

glyptology

study of gem engravings

gnathal

of, like or pertaining to the jaws

gnathion

tip of the chin

gnome

short pithy saying or proverb

gnomic

signifying general truth; pertaining to aphorisms or proverbs

gnomology

collection of aphorisms, proverbs and short poems

gnomon

upright rod of a sundial

gnomonics

the art of measuring time using sundials

gnosiology

study of knowledge; philosophy of knowledge

gnosis

knowledge; especially spiritual

gnosticism

belief that freedom derives solely from knowledge

gnotobiology

study of life in germ-free conditions

goa

Tibetan gazelle with backward-curving horns

goanna

large Australian lizard

goatish

lustful; foolish

gobemouche

gullible person

godet

triangular piece of cloth inserted in a skirt

goetic

of, like or pertaining to black magic

goitrous

affected by or pertaining to goitre

goldenrod

dark golden yellow

goliard

wandering student

goliardy

riotous or lustful behaviour

goluptious

delightful; luscious

gomphiasis

looseness of the teeth

gomphosis

growth of teeth into the bone cavity

gonfalon

ensign with streamers hung from a horizontal bar

gonfalonier

standard-bearer

goniometer

instrument for measuring angles between faces

gonoph

pickpocket; thief

gorah

bow-and-string instrument of Khoekhoe people

goral

small horned antelope living in mountainous regions of south Asia

gorget

piece of armour for the throat

gorgoneion

representation of the gorgon’s head

gorgonize

to turn into stone; to paralyze with one’s gaze

gormless

dull or unintelligent

gorsedd

assembly for granting awards to Welsh bards

gouache

opaque watercolour paint

grabble

search with the hand; grope

gracility

slenderness

gradgrind

one who regulates things by means of statistics

gradin

a rising tier of seats in a theatre

gradiometer

instrument for measuring gradient of a physical quantity

gradual

part of mass between epistle and gospel

gradualism

belief that things proceed by degrees

Graecomania

obsession with Greece and the Greeks

grafology

divination by studying writing

grain

unit of weight equal to 1/7000 of a pound

graip

pitchfork; dungfork

grallatory

of, like or pertaining to wading birds

gramary

magic; enchantment

gramercy

expression of gratitude or surprise

gramineous

of, like or pertaining to grass; grassy

graminivorous

feeding on grass or cereals

graminology

study of grasses

grammalogue

word represented by a single sign; logogram

grammaticaster

a piddling grammarian

grammatolatry

worship of letters and words

grammatology

study of systems of writing

grampus

blunt-nosed dolphin

grandeval

of great age; ancient

grandguard

armour for left side of body to protect from lance strike while jousting

grandiloquent

bombastic

grandinous

full of hail; consisting of hail

grandisonant

pompous-sounding

grangerize

to cut plates out of many books to illustrate one

granivorous

feeding on seeds

granuliferous

bearing granules

grapheme

a letter of the alphabet

graphemics

study of systems of representing speech in writing

graphiure

African rodent with pencil-thin tail

grapholagnia

obsession with obscene pictures

graphology

study of handwriting

graphomania

obsession with writing

graphophobia

fear of writing

graphospasm

writer’s cramp

grapnel

small anchor used for dragging or grappling

graptomancy

divination by studying handwriting

grassing

bleaching by exposure on grass

graticulation

division of design into squares when scaling

gratis

without charge; for free

grattoir

scraper made of flint

gratulatory

congratulatory

grauncher

clumsy and incompetent mechanic

graupel

frozen rain or snowflakes

gravamen

grievance; grounds of legal complaint

graveolent

rank-smelling; fetid

graviloquence

grave speech

gravimeter

instrument for measuring variations in gravitational fields

gravimetrical

of, like or pertaining to measuring by weight

gray

grayling

silver-grey freshwater fish

greave

armour for the shin

grebe

diving bird resembling the loon

gregal

of, like or pertaining to a flock

greige

of a grey-beige colour

gremial

intimate; pertaining to the lap or bosom

gressorial

adapted for walking

gricer

train-spotter or railway enthusiast

griffade

sudden seizure with the claws

grillage

framework of timber

grille

bars of the visor of a helmet

grilse

salmon first returning to the river from the sea

grimgribber

learned gibberish; legal jargon

grimoire

magician’s book for summoning spirits

grinagog

one who is constantly grinning

gripulous

grasping; greedy

grisaille

style of painting in grey tints

griseous

pearl-grey or blue-grey; grizzled

grison

weasel-like tropical American gray and black carnivore

grith

sanctuary; asylum

grithbreach

breach of the peace

grivet

white and olive tufted African monkey

grobianism

slovenly boorishness

groggery

low public-house

grognard

old or veteran soldier

grogram

coarse loosely woven silk fabric

gromatic

of, like or pertaining to surveys or surveying

gromatics

science of surveying

grosgrain

heavy close-woven corded silk

grough

deep gully in peat moor area

groundage

a charge on a ship in port

groundling

person of inferior taste; commoner

groundprox

altitude warning system in aircraft

groundsel

lowest timber of a structure

groupuscule

small clique or faction

grout

to root or grub with the snout

growlery

a retreat for times of ill humour

groyne

wooden breakwater

grufted

dirty; begrimed

gruine

of, like or pertaining to cranes or similar birds

grysbok

small speckled south African antelope

guaniferous

bearing dung

guardant

of a heraldic animal turned to side with head facing the viewer

guayabera

lightweight short-sleeved loose-fitting shirt

gudgeon

a person easily cheated

gudgeon

metal socket into which the pintle of a boat’s rudder fits

gue

two-stringed violin from the Shetland Islands

guenon

small, slender bearded African monkey

guerdon

reward; recompense

guereza

black and white Ethiopian tufted monkey

guéridon

small ornate table or stand

guérite

chair with raised back forming a hood

guff

nonsense; empty talk

guichet

ticket window or similar small opening

guidon

pennant with rounded outer edge

guignol

something intended to horrify people

guillemet

angled quotation marks used in French and some other foreign texts

guillemot

narrow-billed Atlantic auk

guilloche

to decorate with intersecting curved lines

guimpe

wide cloth covering neck and shoulders worn by nuns

guipure

lace having no ground or mesh

guiro

serrated gourd scraped with stick to produce music

gules

heraldic name for the colour red

gulix

kind of fine linen

gullery

place where gulls breed

gulosity

gluttony; greed

gulpin

credulous person; simpleton

gummiferous

bearing gum

gumnivorous

feeding on tree saps

gunarchy

government by women; gynarchy

gundi

desert-dwelling small rodent of northern Africa with bristles on feet

gunnage

number of guns carried on a warship

gunwale

upper edge of the side of a ship

gurgitate

to bubble; to boil

gurlet

pickaxe with one pointed and one bladed end

guttate

spotted; having drops or droplike markings

guttation

release of drops of moisture

guttiferous

exuding drops

guttiform

shaped like a drop

gutturotetany

spasm in the throat causing stutter

guyot

flat-topped underwater mountain

gybe

to swing a sail from one side to another

gyle

fermenting vat for beer

gymnasiarch

the head of a gymnasium

gymnasiarchy

government over a school or academy

gymnasiast

a pupil in a gymnasium

gymnobiblism

gymnophobia

fear of nudity

gymnosophy

deep contemplation performed while naked

gymnure

hairy hedgehog

gynaecide

killing of women

gynaecocracy

government by women; gynarchy

gynaecology

study of women’s physiology

gynaecomania

abnormal sexual obsession with women

gynandroid

hermaphroditic; being of or resembling both sexes

gynarchy

government by women

gynics

knowledge of women

gyniolatry

deep respect or devotion for women

gynocentric

focused on or concerned with women

gynocracy

government by women; gynarchy

gynotikolobomassophile

one who nibbles on women’s earlobes

gypsiferous

bearing gypsum

gypsography

art of engraving on gypsum

gyrograph

instrument for counting a wheel’s revolutions

gyroidal

spiral; rotatory

gyromancy

divination by falling from dizziness

gyron

triangular heraldic charge

gyrose

having a folded surface; marked with wavy lines

gyrostatics

the study of rotating bodies

gyrovague

monk who travels from place to place

gyrus

convoluted ridge between two grooves

gyve

to fetter; to shackle

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