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Answered Sep 07, 2020
In Microsoft Word, to sort data from ascending or descending order, use the Sort command from the Table menu. The first step of doing this is to click on the bar that has the Menu. Then, click insert. There will be a pop up with many objects that can be chosen from.
From those options, click the table. Then, choose the amount of rows that you wish to have on the table, as well as the amount of columns. From there, the data can be entered into the table. This data can be words and numbers. The data can be entered in any order, because in the end, you may sort it.
Data can be arranged in several ways according to what commands you give, and these have to be set up on your software first. You might want to arrange data that has a verbal name in alphabetical order. If the data is numeric you are likely to want to arrange it in either ascending or descending order. Either way, you would use the SORT command from the DATA menu.