• Table numbering ascending down columns, not across rows

    From Marshall Grant@21:1/5 to clai...@pennridge.us on Wed Sep 30 01:43:43 2020
    On Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 5:15:11 PM UTC+3, clai...@pennridge.us wrote:
    On Monday, February 3, 2003 at 3:08:03 PM UTC-5, David Cunningham wrote:
    Using Word 2002.

    I want to number the cells in a table so that the numbers
    first ascend vertically down columns, then across rows,
    as opposed to horizontally across rows first, then down
    columns. For example, if there is a table with 3 columns
    and 4 rows, and I have a list of 11 items, I want item 1
    in row 1, column 1; item 2 in row 2, column 1; item 3 in
    row 3, column 1; item 4 in row 1, column 2; etc.

    I want to do this in a table, not with "newspaper" style

    Thanks in advance for any help.
    Let's upgrade this to Word 2010. Take the column that you want to number, highlight everything in it, and then click highlight. If you don't allow you're highlighting to "cross over" and select the other column, it will only number what you have
    Why is this simple task not simple..... like right-click, number vertically....?

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