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From: Loyd <loydlin>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2002022711:27:59
Subject: Re: Re: Multiplcation Tables

On 2002022623:27:52, Me wrote:
>does anyone have a multplacation Table?
If you can use Microsoft EXCEL, you can easily make a multiplication
table.  Open an EXCEL spread sheet.  In cell A1, place an X which
means multiply.  Type in numerals 0 to 10 in row 1 all the way to L2. 
In column A starting at row 2, type in numerals 0 to 10 down to row

In cell B2 enter =$A2*B$1.  Then highlight all the chart from B2 to
L12 by draging the mouse.  Hold down CTRL and press R and then D
before releasing CTRL. Presto, you have a table. With font size at 10,
select FORMAT, COLUMN, WIDTH and select the desired width to be 3.  

If you want a larger font size, then you can go to FORMAT and select
COLUMN and autofit selection.  Same procedure for adjusting row size. 

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