The table margin refers to the distance between the padding content and the cell border in a Word 2007 table cell, and the user can set the table margin values uniformly so that all cells in the Wword 2007 table have the same margin settings, as described in the following procedure:
Step 1th, open the Word 2007 document window and click any cell in the Word table. Switch to the Layout tab in the Table Tools Ribbon, and click the Cell padding button in the Alignment group, as shown in the figure.
Click the Word 2007 cell margin button
Step 2nd, open the Word 2007 Table Options dialog box, and set the top, bottom, left, and right margin values in the default cell margin area. If you select the Allow spacing between cells check box and set a value (such as 0.2 cm), the rightmost and bottom cell spacing of the table is added by 0.2 centimeters based on the fill content. If you select the Word 2007 automatic resize to fit check box, the Word table automatically adjusts the cell size based on the length of the fill. Set Finish Click OK, as shown in the figure.
Word 2007 Table Options dialog box