How to Insert an Excel Table Into Word Document

How to Insert an Excel Table Into Word Document

If you have a table in Excel that you want to add to Word, you don’t need to manually copy column by column. Word allows you to load an Excel file directly into a Word document. When you add a table like this, the layout of the Excel table will be copied, but you’ll probably need to adjust the alignments a bit, especially if you’re using unusual paper sizes.

Watch our video tutorial where we show you how to insert an Excel table into Word document, using Windows 10.

Video Transcript:

  1. How to Insert an Excel Table Into Word Document
  2. Place the cursor where you want to add the table and click on Insert
  3. Click onClick on Object
  4. Click on Object…
  5. Click on Create from File
  6. Click on Browse…
  7. Select the Excel file that contains the table you want to add
  8. Click on OK


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