Select, Change Table Parts
Inevitably as you create tables, you'll need to tweak them in various ways, whether it's removing extra rows, adding a column, or moving the whole table. This section covers the changes you'll make most often. For more elaborate formatting options, see Chapter 6. (See extra bits on page 57.)
- Press (Windows) or (Mac) and the selected row is removed.
- Remember to type in a header/label for any new columns. It's automatically boldfaced.
- To add a row, select the row above or below as explained in steps 2 and 3. In the Layout tab of the Insert toolbar, click one of the two Insert Row buttons, and a new blank row is inserted in the table.
- Save your work ( in Windows, on the Mac), and click the Document toolbar's Globe button to preview the results in various Web browsers.