Delete part of a table in Word: cells, columns, rows
In Word you can easily edit a table that you have made. This article will explain what the various modifications you can make are, and how to delete a certain part of a table: columns, rows, or other cells.
How to delete part of a table in Word?
In the Table Tools tab, you can, by clicking on the Delete button (Rows & Columns), you get three very explicit commands:
- Delete Columns: removes the column of the active cell or selected columns.
- Delete Rows: deletes the row of the active cell or selected lines.
- Delete table: deletes the table.
The Delete cells options, displays a dialog box in which you specify how Word must reorganize the rest of the table:
- Shift cells left: the cells to the right of the deleted cells will shift to the left to "fill" the empty space.
- Shift cells up: cells located below the deleted cells will shift up to "fill" the empty space.
- Delete the entire row or column: the deletion extends to all cells in the same column or the same row.
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