Table

Shows commands to insert, edit, and delete a table and its elements inside a text document.

Insert Table

Inserts a new table.

Insert

Opens a submenu with the following command options:

Rows Above

Insert a row above the row where the cursor is currently placed.

Rows Below

Insert a row below the row where the cursor is currently placed.

Rows

Opens dialog box for inserting rows.

Columns Before

Insert a column before the column where the cursor is currently placed.

Columns After

Insert a column before the column where the cursor is currently placed.

Columns

Opens dialog box for inserting columns.

Delete

Opens a submenu with the following command options:

Rows

Deletes the selected rows.

Columns

Deletes the selected columns.

Table

Deletes the current table.

Select

Opens a submenu with the following command options:

Cell

Selects the current cell.

Row

Selects the current row.

Column

Selects the current column.

Table

Selects the current table.

Size

Opens a submenu with the following command options:

Row Height

Opens the Row Height dialog where you can change the height of a row.

Minimize Row Height

Set the row height to the smallest possible for the content in each selected row.

Optimal Row Height

Automatically adjusts row heights to match the contents of the cells. This is the default setting for new tables.

Distribute Rows Evenly

Adjusts the height of the selected rows to match the height of the tallest row in the selection.

Column Width

Opens the Column Width dialog where you can change the width of a column.

Minimize Column Width

Set column width to the smallest possible for the content in each selected column.

Optimal Column Width

Automatically adjusts column widths to match the contents of the cells. Changing the width of a column does not affect the width of the other columns in the table. The width of the table cannot exceed the page width.

Distribute Columns Evenly

Adjusts the width of the selected columns to match the width of the widest column in the selection. The total width of the table cannot exceed the width of the page.

Merge Cells

Combines the contents of the selected table cells into a single cell.

Split Cells

Splits the cell or group of cells horizontally or vertically into the number of cells that you enter.

Merge Table

Combines two consecutive tables into a single table. The tables must be directly next to each other and not separated by an empty paragraph.

Split Table

Splits the current table into two separate tables at the cursor position. You can also access this command by right-clicking in a table cell.

Protect Cells

Prevents the contents of the selected cells from being modified.

Unprotect Cells

Removes the cell protection for all selected cells in the current table.

AutoFormat Styles

Automatically applies formats to the current table, including fonts, shading, and borders.

Number Format

Opens a dialog where you can specify the format of numbers in the table.

Number Recognition

Toggles the setting for automatically recognizing numbers or dates that you enter into a table cell, converting them from text to an appropriate number format.

Convert

Opens a submenu with the following command options:

Text to Table

Opens a dialog where you can convert the selected text to a table.

Table to Text

Opens a dialog where you can convert the current table to text.

Text Formula

Opens the Formula bar to enter or edit a formula.

Sort

Sorts the selected paragraphs or table rows alphabetically or numerically. You can define up to three sort keys as well as combine alphanumeric and numeric sort keys.

Properties

Specifies the properties of the selected table, for example, name, alignment, spacing, column width, borders, and background.

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