Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Inserting Rows and Columns
Editing a Table
Select table
Figure 3-5:
After you’ve inserted
a table, you can
select one cell, a range,
or the whole table.
If your table looks
too small or too big,
resize the whole table
(keeping the cells in
proportion) by
clicking and dragging the
lower-right handle.
Selection arrow
Resizing handle
Using the ribbon
You can also select all or part of a table from the Table Tools | Layout tab. Click
anywhere in the table to make this tab appear, and then click Select. From the menu that
appears, choose Select Cell, Select Column, Select Row, or Select Table. Or use these
ribbon-based keyboard shortcuts:
Select a cell: Alt, JL, K, L
Select a row: Alt, JL, K, R
Select a column: Alt, JL, K, C
Select the entire table: Alt, JL, K, T
Inserting Rows and Columns
As you work with a table, you might discover that you need more rows or columns
to hold all your information. No problem. One way to do this is from the Table
Tools | Layout tab. Start by clicking in a cell next to where you want to insert the row
or column. Then take one of these actions:
To insert a row above the insertion point, select Table Tools | Layout Insert
Above (Alt, JL, A).
To insert a row below the insertion point, select Table Tools | Layout Insert
Below (Alt, JL, E).
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