Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating a Business Letter
To Insert a Row in a Table
The next step is to insert a row at the top of the table because you want to place a title on the table. As
discussed earlier, you can insert a row at the end of a table by positioning the insertion point in the bottom-right
corner cell and then pressing the tab key. You cannot use the tab key to insert a row at the beginning or middle of
a table. Instead, you use the Insert Rows Above or Insert Rows Below command. The following steps insert a row in
a table.
1
Position the mouse
insertion point
in i rst row
pointer somewhere
in the i rst row of
the table because
you want to insert a
row above this row
(Figure 3– 69).
table move
handle
Figure 3– 69
2
Insert Rows
Below button
Delete
button
Click the Insert Rows
Table Tools
Layout tab
Above button (Table
Tools Layout tab |
Rows & Columns
group) to insert
a row above the
row containing
the insertion point
and then select the
newly inserted row
(Figure 3– 70).
Do I have to insert
rows above the
row containing the
insertion point?
No. You can insert
below the row
containing the
insertion point by
clicking the Insert
Rows Below button
(Table Tools Layout tab | Rows & Columns group).
Insert Columns to
the Left button
Insert Rows
Above button
Insert Columns to
the Right button
Rows & Columns
group
row with i ve columns
inserted and selected
Figure 3– 70
Why did the colors in the second row change?
The table style specii es to format the Header row differently, which is the i rst row.
Other Ways
1. Right-click row, point to
Insert on shortcut menu,
click desired command on
Insert submenu
 
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