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Default tables in Word (Office 2003)

I am currently editing some 17th century inventories e.g.

one chair, one table xs viiid
corn in the ground ii£ vis viiid

0r £ s d
one chair, one table 0 10 08
corn 2 13 04
How can I line up the £ s d underneath one another in straight columns. Is
it possible to insert a table retrospectively? - the original transcriber
used an Amstrad and locoscript which has been converted but I cannot work out
how to line up the columns!
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