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    Its for a uni assignment. Have to use Word. Do I create a table?
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    A table isnt neccessary.
    Just do a normal layout you see everywhere, i.e each asset on one line each n stuff... dont need to tell you that stuff.
    and just tab/use space to get across to page to use figures etc.
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    (Original post by Tommyjw)
    A table isnt neccessary.
    Just do a normal layout you see everywhere, i.e each asset on one line each n stuff... dont need to tell you that stuff.
    and just tab/use space to get across to page to use figures etc.
    But how do i get the lines between each of them...like something to divide it ?
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    (Original post by The_Timepasser)
    But how do i get the lines between each of them...like something to divide it ?
    Do you mean the lines you put under the totals and such?

    Either just underline the figure, or just inset a line using shapes and put it there

    Given a little time you could easily make a balance sheet such as the examples if you just google it. A table maaayy be quicker depending on how big it is, but the fact you asked how to do it means it may just be easier to stick to this =]
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    (Original post by The_Timepasser)
    Its for a uni assignment. Have to use Word. Do I create a table?
    Does it necessarily have to be created in Microsoft Word? If not, I would suggest using Microsoft Excel, I think it may be a lot easier.

    However, I've also found a balance sheet template you could download for Microsoft Word: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...010073876.aspx
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    (Original post by samanthaaaa)
    Does it necessarily have to be created in Microsoft Word? If not, I would suggest using Microsoft Excel, I think it may be a lot easier.

    However, I've also found a balance sheet template you could download for Microsoft Word: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...010073876.aspx
    hmm will use it for the next time. This one didnt count anyway.
 
 
 
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