Yes, it’s two words–but two questions come up a lot:
- How do you put a tab stop in a table cell?
- How do you get those dotted underlines below the tab stops, like you see in a table of contents. (We call them “dot leaders.”)
To put a tab stop in a table cell, hold down the CTRL key while you press the TAB key.
Dot leaders are just a bit more involved. We’ll show you both:
For more information, see Set tab stops or clear them.
And if you are making a table of contents, consider using the automatic features in Word 2010. They will save you quite a lot of typing.