Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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You can also click the row or column next to the point where you want
to insert a new one. Then right-click and choose Insert Rows Above,
Insert Rows Below, Insert Columns To The Right, and Insert Columns
To The Left from the context menu, as shown in Figure 10-12.
To change the size of any row, first click outside the
table to deselect any cells.
8.
Position the pointer on the lower border of the row to
be modified. Your cursor changes to a double-headed
arrow, as shown in Figure 10-13.
9.
Click and drag the border up or down to increase or
decrease the height.
10.
To change the height of all rows evenly, click anywhere on the table
to select it. In the Ribbon, under the Layout And Table Tools tab,
click Distribute Rows. The rows are set to the same height, and the
content adjusts to fit.
Figure 10-12: Add rows and columns via the context menu
To change the width of any column, first click outside
the table to deselect any cells.
11.
Position the pointer on the right border of the column
to be modified. With the double-headed arrow cursor,
click and drag the border to the left or right to increase
or decrease the width.
12.
To change the size of all columns evenly, click anywhere on the
table to select it and then in the Ribbon under the Layout And Table
Tools tab, click Distribute Columns Evenly. The columns are set to
the same width, and the content adjusts to fit.
Figure 10-13: Changing row height by dragging a border
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