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I used to be able to go to Table-Formula in 2003? Can anyone help me with a
simple formula like =a1+b1 in 2007?
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Default How do I add cells in a Word table in 2007?

Works pretty much the same way in 2007. Click in the table where you
want the formula to go, and then on the menu bar click on Table Tools:
Layout, and then click on the Formula button at the right end of the
ribbon.

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I used to be able to go to Table-Formula in 2003? Can anyone help me with a
simple formula like =a1+b1 in 2007?


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remmats,
Click in the appropriate cell, in table tools click on the table layout tab,
data group, formula button. Type your formula and hit OK. Does that help?

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