Just type you data with commas separating information: Insert, Table, Highlight your data and a 5th option will appear--Convert Text to Table. To make a graph out of the data, Insert, Smart Art or Chart and play around. Be certain and save first… Sometimes Word overloads and crashes when you start using Smart Art and tables. To remove the sidewalls from tables, go to the middle of the Home taskbar, Paragraph, to the funny thing that looks like a window, now just unclick the left and right side walls and all vertical lines (as per APA).
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