Often when creating tables here in Word 2016, you realize after the fact, you may be needing more rows or columns or maybe you have too many and you need to remove them.
Well, in this movie, we’re going to look at ways to insert extra rows and columns, remove those columns and rows if we need to, even adjust them, and we’re going to do it with our Landon Hotel Price List we’ve been working with in this Chapter. If you skipped to this movie and need to get caught up, just open LH_prices0805 and you’ll have what I have. Alright, let’s start with the top row.
Maybe we want to add another row that’ll allow us to put our title in there so it becomes part of the table. Let’s just click anywhere in the first row.
Now, at the very top of your ribbon, under Table Tools, we’ve been working with the design tab already. Let’s go to the Layout tab because we’re going to learn a little bit about our table by clicking here. First of all, you’re going to notice in the cell size group that the height of this row is .32 inches.