Graphics Programs Reference
3. Click the middle-right resize handle on the table to make the Document window
active and keep the table selected. The pointer changes to
4. Press and hold the left mouse button, drag to the right about 150 pixels until the
pointer is at 600 pixels on the ruler, but do not release the mouse button. A dot-
ted border shows the new dimensions of the table. See Figure 5-43.
Table being resized
of the t a ble
Trouble? If the exact numbers on your screen differ from those in Figure 5-43
(in other words, if the table is in a different position relative to the measurements
on the rulers), then your screen size is different from the one shown in the figure.
Continue with Step 5.
5. Release the mouse button. The Width value in the Property inspector changes,
reflecting the larger table size. The table doesn't need to be this large, so you'll
try a smaller size.
6. Drag the middle-right resize handle on the table to the left about 300 pixels
to reduce the table size. The Width value in the Property inspector reflects the
smaller table size.
The text is difficult to read in the smaller table, so you'll return to the original
7. In the Property inspector, double-click in the W box, type 450 , press the
Enter key, and then make sure pixels is still selected. The table returns to its
Next, you'll move the table to another location.
8. On the Application bar, click View , point to Rulers , and then click Show . The rul-
ers are hidden.
9. Position the pointer in the upper-left corner of the selected table. The pointer
changes to .
Trouble? If you have difficulty getting the pointer to change to the correct
shape, switch to Expanded Tables mode, perform Steps 9 through 11, and then
return to Standard mode.