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Edit a basic table's rows and columns

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Renée VG
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Add or Delete Rows or Columns

Select a cell or row in your table. You can do this in several ways:

  • Click on one of the cells in your table. Click the cell again so that your cursor is visible (flashing) in the cell.

  • Double-click the outline of a cell to fully highlight it and the value in the cell.

  • Double-click on the value in the cell (text or number) in order to select it.


When you've selected the cell, row, or the cell value (whatever numbers or text is in the cell), access your "right-click" menu by right-clicking your mouse or two-finger tapping your trackpad.

 user selects the text in a cell in a Basic Table, as described above. They right-click to bring up a menu that displays the options listed below. The user clicks

From this menu, you can:

  • Insert a column to the right or to the left

  • Insert rows above or below

  • Add columns to the right or left

  • Delete a column or a row

Click on the function in the menu and it will carry out the function in the row or column that you selected the cell (or row or column in) and immediately change your table.


Add a new column, and the width of the table will increase by the size of the new column. Click and hold the divider between columns to drag the size slider left or right and adjust the width.

Resize rows

Hover over the column divider of the column you want to resize.

A user hovers over the column divider between the first two columns of a three-column table and drags the divider back and forth, making the first column smaller, then larger. The user then repeats this action on the third column.

Click and hold to drag the divider left or right and resize the column.


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