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Adding and deleting rows and columns
Adding and deleting rows and columns
Instead of choosing the number of rows and columns when
you create a table, you can start small and add to the table
as needed. It’s common, and very easy, to add a new row to
the bottom of the table. Word 2013 makes it easier than ever
to add rows and columns between existing ones, or to delete
unneeded ones.
Add rows at the bottom of a table
1 Click the rightmost cell of the last row (or from any cell in the table,
press the Tab key, to move the cursor from cell to cell until you
arrive there).
2 Press the Tab key.
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Add rows or columns anywhere in a table
1 Click in a row or column next to where you want the new row or
column to appear.
2 On the Layout tab under Table Tools, in the Rows & Columns group,
click one of the four Insert buttons.
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TIP In Word 2013, when you move the cursor above a column
or to the left of a row, a plus sign (+) in a circle appears. Click
the plus sign to add a column or row at that point.
Delete rows or columns
1 Click in the row or column that you want to delete.
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On the Layout tab under Table Tools, in the Rows & Columns group,
click Delete and then click Delete Rows or Delete Columns.
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TIP To add or delete more than one row or column at a time,
first select the desired rows or columns.
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