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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the "Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir


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Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

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"Tamir" wrote in message
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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the "Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir




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Default Creating a table style

Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Tamir" wrote in message
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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the "Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir




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Default Creating a table style

Thank you.
Works :-)
Tamir


"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
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Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Tamir" wrote in message
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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the "Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I
want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir






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Default Creating a table style

Thank you.
Works :-)
Tamir


"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
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Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Tamir" wrote in message
...
Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the "Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I
want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir








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I'm glad I could help!

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"Tamir" wrote in message
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Thank you.
Works :-)
Tamir


"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
...
Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Tamir" wrote in message
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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the
"Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I
want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir








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Default Creating a table style

I'm glad I could help!

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Stefan Blom
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"Tamir" wrote in message
...
Thank you.
Works :-)
Tamir


"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
...
Place the insertion point in a table. Click Table | Table AutoFormat. To
create a new table style, click New. Specify the desired name. At "Apply
formatting to," select "Header Row"; this allows you to specify the
formatting of the first row. Repeat the procedure, using "Last row" this
time. Click OK to close the dialog box. To apply the style and close the
Table AutoFormat dialog box, click Apply.

However, you should also be aware that table styles have side-effects in
Word. You may want to take a look at this article:
http://www.shaunakelly.com/word/tablestyles/index.html.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Tamir" wrote in message
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Hi I am trying to create a table style with unique format for the
"Header
Row" and "Last Row".
I am using Word 2003.
In the styles dialog box it just asks me on which part of the table I
want
to apply my format.
Thanks,
Tamir








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