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Insert Rows and Columns in Tables: MS Word

You've already learned how to add a new row to the bottom of a table by pressing Tab from the bottom-right cell in a table [refer to this article ]. You can also insert rows and columns between existing ones, using the methods below. 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 ... (view more)

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Edit Cell Content: MS Excel

After you enter text, numbers or a formula into a cell, you may need to change it. You can always retype the entry, if it's short. If it's long, you can easily edit it instead. One way to do this is to click in the formula bar and make changes. When ... the mouse pointer is over the formula bar, it appears as an I-beam, which looks like a capital I. This makes it easy for you to click between letters to place the insertion point where you want to begin making corrections. Sometimes it's easier to make a minor change to the contents of a cell rather than start over from scratch. You can edit the ... (view more)

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