MS Word tables

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How do I add multiple rows or columns?

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  • douglas09
    First,Select multiple rows or columns,Click the right mouse button.select insert(insert columns to the right,insert columns to the left,insert rows above,insert row below ). Eg:if u want insert two rows below,Select two rows first,and click the right mouse button,select insert rows below
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  • tlsanders1
    Do you want to increase the table by multiple rows or columns, or are you wanting a sum of entries from multiple rows or columns?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Look at here, it is very short and good tips: http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/word-help/add-a-cell-row-or-column-to-a-table-HP005189234.aspx
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