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Google Lets You Add Tables in Presentations Now

Google Lets You Add Tables in Presentations Now

By Chris Crum July 21, 2009

Google has added the ability to include tables in presentations in Google Docs. The feature has apparently been in high demand, and the company says they really wanted it too.

Users can insert a table into their presentation, then easily add, select, and resize rows and columns, format and align text across the table, and set background colors for cells and borders. Rows will resize themselves to fit content.  Google provides the following example table:

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