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Excel Table Design


Table Design

Tables can be customized and styled in a few clicks.

Converting a range into a table gives access to a menu called "Table Design".

The menu appears when selecting a cell in the table's range.

This menu has options and commands such as:

  • Resize
  • Remove duplicates
  • Convert to range
  • Style options (Total row, Header row, Banded row etc..)
  • Formatting

Table Name

Excel gives tables default names such as: Table 1, Table 2, Table 3 and so on.

Note: Tables cannot be renamed in the Excel online version.

The name of the table can be found in the Table Design tab

  1. Select the table
  2. Click the Table design menu
  3. See the name input field

Note: It is useful to know the table names when you have many tables in a workbook and are referring to them in formulas.

In the next chapter you will learn about resizing a table.