How insert cells,rows and columns to a table in ms word

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How to insert cells,rows and columns to a table in ms word? 

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How insert cells,rows and columns to a table in ms word

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Choose Table | Insert and specify where to insert the new row or column. The menu has a number of choices.
 
  1. To insert a row, first select the row that will move down to make room for the new row. (One way to do this is to move the mouse pointer to the far-left side of the table and click once.) Then click the Insert Row button that appears where the Insert button used to be. 
  2. To insert a column, first select the column that will move to the right to make room for the new one. (One way to do this is to move the mouse pointer to the top gridline until it turns into a small down arrow). Then click the Insert Custom button that appears where the Insert Table button used to be.
  3. Choose Table | Insert and specify where to insert the new row or column. The menu has a number of choices. 
 
To insert a row, first select the row that will move down to make room for the new row. (One way to do this is to move the mouse pointer to the far-left side of the table and click once.) Then click the Insert Row button that appears where the Insert button used to be. 
 
  1. To insert a column, first select the column that will move to the right to make room for the new one. (One way to do this is to move the mouse pointer to the top gridline until it turns into a small down arrow). Then click the Insert Custom button that appears where the Insert Table button used to be.
  2. A new row appears above the selected row, or to the left of a selected column (unless you used the menu to specify differently). Notice that the column widths become narrower so the new column will fit.
Answered By 0 points N/A #85967

How insert cells,rows and columns to a table in ms word

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Nice try Koshita, I had the same issue last week when I messed up the table in MS Word that I’m just supposed to edit the content and I happened to delete the columns and rows. I though it’s quite easy to fix it with excel but adjusting the width and fit it in MS Word was quite a headache.

When I search for solution for the same query I saw the most detailed ways on how to get it done in this site. Lucky phalia you did a very well job in providing a solution in a concise and detailed process. Every time I have technical concerns I always check their blogs and articles they were really of great help, you can try it yourself as well. 

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