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Old June 20th, 2004, 07:56 PM
KFJ
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Default Table in Powerpoint - specifically the headings at 45 degree angle?

I need to create a simple table in Powerpoint or import in
Powerpoint. I will need to use this table in the future
many times as a template.

It's large as it will have 24 rows and 13 columns. Here
are my 2 obstacles.

1) I need to have the titles of each row at a 45 degree
angle and the text at a 45-degree angle.

2) I will need to import it into a powerpoint presentation
but will I need to create in word or excell. Once it's in
the powerpoint - I will need to work within the table, as
well.

The only math I will be doing within the table is the last
cells in the bottom row and the last cell in the column
will be the totals which I will just need to do an "auto
sum."

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thank you.
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Old June 20th, 2004, 10:55 PM
tjtjjtjt
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Default Table in Powerpoint - specifically the headings at 45 degree angle

Wow, does all that fit on one slide and appear as readable?
If you create the Table in Excel (You can't slant text in Word), you can choose Insert|Object in PowerPoint and then browse for the appropriate file. Chose the option to Link the file the two files, and you can update the table in Excel. You may have to duplicate the the Excel File for each new Presentation.

tj

"KFJ" wrote:

I need to create a simple table in Powerpoint or import in
Powerpoint. I will need to use this table in the future
many times as a template.

It's large as it will have 24 rows and 13 columns. Here
are my 2 obstacles.

1) I need to have the titles of each row at a 45 degree
angle and the text at a 45-degree angle.

2) I will need to import it into a powerpoint presentation
but will I need to create in word or excell. Once it's in
the powerpoint - I will need to work within the table, as
well.

The only math I will be doing within the table is the last
cells in the bottom row and the last cell in the column
will be the totals which I will just need to do an "auto
sum."

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thank you.

 




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