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Delete or Erase a Row, Column or Cell in a Table |MS-Word|

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Delete or Erase a Row, Column or Cell in a Table |MS-Word|:

Delete or Erase a Row, Column, or Cell in a Table:To delete/erase the entire table or part of the it in a word document, Do any of the following.

Deleting a Row, Column or Cell in a Table:

Delete a Row, Column, or Cell in a Table:

Go to the Insert tab > Table > Roll the
mouse pointer over the Gridlines to select enough rows and columns, and then
click the mouse pointer to insert table > Or otherwise, choose one of the
table options to insert it.

  1. After inserting the Table into the word
    document, the table tools Design and Layout tab will open
  2. On the Table Tools Layout tab, in the
    rows and columns group, click on the command Delete
  3. After clicking the command delete, immediately
    you can get a drop-down list
  4. From the drop-down list, select one of the
    options you want to delete
  5. To delete a cell, position the cursor at one of
    the cells in a table, and then select the Delete Cell
  6. To delete the Column/s, position the cursor or
    select the Column/s in a table, and then select the Delete Column
  7. To delete the row/s, position the cursor or select
    the row/s in a table, and then select the Delete Row
  8. To delete the entire Table, position the cursor
    at one of the cells in a table, and then select the Delete Table.
  9. Or otherwise, select the table and press Backspace.

Erase a Row, Column or Cell in a Table |Word 2013 and Later Versions|:

Delete/Erase a Row, Column, or Cell in a Table |MS-Word|:

Erasing some part of the table is the best way to merge or remove Cells/Columns/Rows in Word 2013 and earlier versions:

  • After inserting the table into the word document,
    the table tools Design and Layout tab will open
  • On the Table Tools Layout tab, in the Draw
    group, select on the Eraser to select
  • Then automatically the mouse pointer turned as an
    Eraser
  • Now, move the mouse (Eraser) pointer over the table
  • After that, press and keep hold down the left mouse button and then drag it in any direction you want to erase any part of the table
  • To remove any border of the cell, click on it.

Erase a Row, Column or Cell in a Table |Word 2010 and earlier Versions|:

Delete or Erase a Row, Column, or Cell in a Table:

Erasing some part of the table is the best way to merge or remove Cells/Columns/Rows in Word 2010 and earlier versions:

  • After inserting the table into the word document,
    the table tools Design and Layout tab will open
  • On the Table Tools Design tab, in the Draw Borders
    group, click the Eraser to select
  • Then automatically the mouse pointer turned as an
    Eraser
  • Now, move the mouse (Eraser) pointer over the table
  • After that, press and keep hold down the left mouse button and then drag it in any direction you want to erase any part of the table
  • To remove any border of the cell, click on it.
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