Use slash header to show the title name

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Use slash header to show the title name

Use slash header to show the title name

Take this table as an example. When creating a table, we often need to use the Slash Header to display the title name, so how can we make a Slash Header?

1. Select cell A1, right-click.

2. Then select Format Cells in the popup shortcut menu. We can also use the shortcut key Ctrl+1.

3. Then select Border in the Format Cells dialog box.

4. Now select the slash shape icon in the border preview area, and click OK.

5. Now enter Subject in cell A1.

6. Press Alt+Enter to insert a line break, and then enter Name.

7. Use the space key to adjust the position. Now it's done.

In addition, we can also use lines to draw the slash header.

Let's turn to sheet 2.

1. First, lay out the content in cell A1.

2. Then click the Insert tab.

3. Click the Shapes drop-down button, and select Lines in the drop-down menu.

4. Then draw lines in the A1 cell. Now everything is done.

Did you get it?

This skill could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice.