How to sort data in MS-Word 2003?

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I am running MS Word 2003 and I have some information that needs to sort in alphabetical order. I am doing it for a friend but I don’t know how to do it correctly. I used table and click sort to no avail. What process should I use? Any help will do. Thanks.

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Best Answer by Pallasigue Stabins
Answered By 10 points N/A #107689

How to sort data in MS-Word 2003?

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Hello Hugh,

To sort your information in alphabetical order, just go to the menu of your ms word document and look for an icon labeled A-Z, or Z-A. To sort the information in the ascending alphabetical order which is from A going to Z, just click on the A-Z icon and you text will automatically arrange itself. To arrange with the alphabet starting from Z coming to A, then click on the Z-A option and your text will automatically sort itself.

Sometimes you have to ensure that the text you are trying to arrange is highlighted before going to click on the A-Z or Z-A option in the ms word document menu.

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Lee Hung

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How to sort data in MS-Word 2003?

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Hi

Jackson

At first, select the data you want to sort. You must have to select the top row of the data you want to sort. After selecting the data, go the data tab. click data tab and the following wizard will open. Click sort

 

Then choose the options. For example if you want to sort by alphabetic order then select ascending. You can sort by the option sort by to specifically the way you want. Just see the ways I have shown through the images. It is not difficult to do. Follow my steps and you will be done shortly.

 

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