The options available in this dialog depending on the type of conversion.
A separator, such as a tab, marks the column boundaries in the selected text. Each paragraph in the selection is converted into a row in the table. Similarly, when you convert a table into text, the column markers are changed to the character that you specify, and each row is converted into a separate paragraph.
Converts the text to a table using tabs as column markers.
Converts the text to a table using semi-colons (;) as column markers.
Converts the text to a table using paragraphs as column markers.
Converts the text to a table using the character that you type in the box as a column marker.
Type the character that you want to use as a column marker.
Creates columns of equal width, regardless of the position of the column marker.
Opens the AutoFormat dialog, where you can select a predefined layout for table.
Formats the first row of the new table as a heading.
Repeats the table header on each page that the table spans.
Repeats the first n rows as a header.
Does not divide the table across pages.
Adds a border to the table and the table cells.