When you manage to link text boxes in Microsoft Word you will be able to continue with the writing in another box. In addition, you can create columns that have different widths and move the text to meet the desired style.
Thus, knowing how to handle a text box and at the same time connect it with another is a good idea when you want to keep a professional-style wording in your document.
To know how you will do these steps, you will have to continue reading this post. We will also talk about the factors that you should consider before making the union of 2 frames. Let’s get started.
When you have to link two tables, you should bear in mind that if you use formats pre-established by Word you will have to delete all the words that are inserted as an example in these types of pictures.
Further, you will have to be careful when adding the pictures on different sheets. This is because by passing the overflow from one place to another, you may run the risk that the reader will lose part of the reading and cannot find its continuation in an easy way.
It is preferable that the formats of the tables are the same. This will help you have a neat, professional-looking text.
The steps that you will have to perform to link two tables in a Microsoft Word document are the following:
- Enter the 2 frames you want to connect.
- Select the box that will be the first. That is, whereby you start writing and then dump your surplus content to the other.
- Go to the tab “Format” when you have the function activated “Drawing tools”.
- Then find the group “Text” and click on the function “Create link.”
- You will see that the pointer changed to a cup or jug, so you must select the second box by clicking on it.
In this way you will have connected two text boxes in the same document. If you want to link more boxes you will have to repeat these steps.
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