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    Copying rows in Table (WORD '03)

    Is there a way to copy the exact format/style of a row in a table to increase the number of rows like the ones above?

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    Re: Copying rows in Table (WORD '03)

    If you press Tab in the last cell of a table, Word will add a new row with exactly the same formatting as the one you just left.

    Alternatively, you can click to the left of a row to select the entire row.
    Press Ctrl+C to copy it to the clipboard.
    Click in another row and press Ctrl+V to paste the row.
    If necessary, select the pasted row and press Delete to clear the contents of the cells.

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    Re: Copying rows in Table (WORD '03)

    WonDerFul!! Thank You : )

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    Re: Copying rows in Table (WORD '03)

    Hans gave you 2 methods to copy the formatting of a row:
    - after the last row by hitting tab
    - after any row by using copy and paste

    You can also get the affects of the 2nd method by the following:
    - position the mouse cursor on the RIGHT of the last cell of a row you want to copy (this will be outside the table)
    - hit enter
    You should now have a new row under the one you were just working with such that, when you type in a cell of the new row, it will look like the row you just left.

    Fred

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