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Merge Cells in a Table: MS Word

Whether you're working with a complex or a simple grid-like table, you may want to merge or combine cells to make a single cell. You use this, for example, when you want to have a title span several columns, or a heading the height of several rows. ... Other times you want to split a cell into two or more cells. To merge cells, select the cells and use any of the following techniques: Choose Table | Merge Cells. Right-click and choose Merge Cells. Click the Merge Cells button on the Tables and Borders toolbar. Click the Eraser button and drag across the gridline separating the cells. The cells ... (view more)

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