Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Deleting Tables
To delete just the data in a table, follow these steps:
1. Select every row and column in the table.
2. Press Delete.
Word wipes out all your data and leaves an empty table.
To delete both your table and all the data stored in it at the same time, follow
these steps:
1. Move the cursor into the table you want to wipe out.
2. Click the Layout tab under the Table Tools tab.
3. Click the Delete icon in the Rows & Columns group.
A pull-down menu appears, as shown in Figure 7-16.
4. Choose Delete Table.
Word wipes out your table and all the data stored in it.
Figure 7-16:
The Delete
icon
displays
commands
for deleting
parts of a
table.
Deleting rows and columns
Rather than delete an entire table, you can also delete rows and columns.
When you delete a row or column, you wipe out any data stored inside that
row or column.
To delete a row or column, follow these steps:
1. Move the cursor into the row or column you want to delete.
2. Click the Layout tab under the Table Tools tab.
3. Click the Delete icon.
A pull-down menu appears (refer to Figure 7-16).
4. Choose Delete Columns or Delete Rows.
Word deletes your chosen column or row.
 
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