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Sorting column entries in a Word table

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Can someone please remind me  how to sort the enties in column 1 of a Word-like table such that the entries in columns 2 and 3 stay with its corresponding entry in column 1?


To be clearer: Column 1 lists Contacts; column 2 shows the Contacts' telephone number;column 3 shows Contact's address. I would like to sort the rows alphabetically by name of Contact. And, of course, I want to retain the associated information of columns 2 and 3.


Thanks much. ...... Batpark

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in word 2007

Select first column 

Go to Layout

Select sort button

choose column 1 in popup box

click ok

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