Are you looking for a Microsoft Word pricing table template? You’ve come to the right place. A pricing table is a great way to show your potential customers the different prices for your products or services. Microsoft Word includes a built-in pricing table template that makes it easy to create and customize your table. In this blog post, we will show you how to use the pricing table template in Microsoft Word.
To create a pricing table in Microsoft Word, you can use the built-in pricing table template. To access the template, open Microsoft Word and go to File > New. In the New dialog box, select the Blank Document option and then click the Create button.
Once you have created a blank document, go to the Insert tab and select the Tables group. In the Tables group, select the Price Table button and then click the Insert button.
The pricing table will be inserted into your document and will automatically have three columns. You can customize the table by adding or removing columns, adding text, and changing the colors
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