There are several easy ways to add or delete columns and rows in tables within MS Word:
- Right-click and select from the context menu.
- Select from the icons on the (Table) Layout Ribbon.
- Select the row/column and cut it using ctrl + X (cmd + X on a Mac).
- Select the Eraser icon on the (Table) Layout Ribbon and drag it over the undesired elements.
- And, if all you want to do is add a row: place the cursor outside the end of the row, then press Enter.
Check out the demo video below to see these methods in action.
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