Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding and deleting rows
To copy a table, click the table handle, and then press Ctrl+C. Place the cursor where you want to
copy the table, and press Ctrl+V.
Adding and deleting rows
Word gives you the tools to insert additional rows of information or delete rows that you do
not need. When you create a table, you may realize that you did not create enough rows to
accommodate the information that you need to include.
In this exercise, you’ll insert rows both above and below an existing row.
1
In the word0701_done document, place the cursor anywhere in the second row.
2
On the Table Tools tab, click Layout. In the Rows and Columns group, click
Insert Above.
The Insert Above button will insert a new
row directly above the selected row.
3
Place the cursor in the bottom row of the table. In the Rows and Columns group, click
Insert Below. Word inserts a row at the bottom of the table.
The Insert Below button will insert a new
row directly below the selected row.
Be aware that when you delete a row, Word deletes the information contained in the row.
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