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Automatically adjust your table or columns to fit the size of your content by using the AutoFit button. On the Layout tab, in the Cell Size group, click AutoFit. To adjust column width automatically, click AutoFit Contents. To adjust table width automatically, click AutoFit Window.
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AutoFit Table Contents, Window and Columns in MS-Word. AutoFit Table Contents, Window and Columns in MS-Word: AutoFit Contents, Window, Fixed Column Width, and Resize a table, Row, or Column in MS-Word based upon the content, window, or its size is called AutoFit. These are described step-by-step below.
Select your table, and right click on the anchor to bring up the Table Properties menu. Click on "Table Properties...", then in the Table Properties dialog click on "Options". Uncheck "Automatically resize to fit contents"
On the Page Layout or Layout tab, click Columns. At the bottom of the list, choose More Columns. In the Columns dialog box, adjust the settings under Width and spacing to choose your column width and the spacing between columns. If you want columns of varying widths, deselect the checkbox next to Equal column width.
Click the Layout tab of the Table Tools contextual tab in the Ribbon. Click the AutoFit button in the Cell Size button group. Then select the method of adjustment to apply from the drop-down menu. You can select AutoFit Contents to resize the cells to fit their content.
Drag the far right column to as wide as you want the table. Select the whole table. Select Distribute Columns Evenly from the Table > AutoFit menu (Word 2003) or the AutoFit button on the Cell Size panel in the Table Tools ribbon > Layout tab (Word 2007).
Select the entire table. Make sure the Layout tab of the ribbon is displayed. In the Cell Size group click AutoFit. Word displays a drop-down list of choices. Choose AutoFit Contents from the choices.
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