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Microsoft Onenote 2010 : Using Tables to Organize Information (part 2) - Inserting a New Row in a Table

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Inserting a New Row in a Table

To insert a new table row above the current row, do the following:

1.
In your table, click any cell in the row over which you want to create the new row.

2.
On the ribbon, above the Layout tab, click Table Tools.

3.
In the Insert group, click Insert Above.

To insert a new table row below the current row, do the following:

1.
In your table, click any cell in the row under which you want to create the new row.

2.
On the ribbon, above the Layout tab, click Table Tools.

3.
In the Insert group, click Insert Below.

These and several other table commands can be applied instantly by using keyboard shortcuts, allowing you to avoid clicking your way through the ribbon interface.


Inserting a Line Break Within the Current Table Row

If you want to create a new line of text in a table without forcing it onto a new row in the table, you can insert a line break into any cell. OneNote will expand the current row of cells to make room for the new line of text.

To insert a line break within the current table row, follow these steps:

1.
In your table, click the cell where you want to insert a line break.

2.
On your keyboard, hold down the Shift key and then press Enter.

3.
Type the text you want to appear below the previous line of text in the same cell.

You can also use the Shift+Enter line break shortcut to space out your table cells vertically. This can make large tables or tables with complex data a little easier to read.

The Shift+Enter keyboard shortcut is also the only way to manually resize table rows (other than typing more text to expand their size) because you cannot use the mouse to modify table row borders the way you can with column borders .

Inserting a New Column in a Table

To insert a new table column to the left of the current column, do the following:

1.
In your table, click any cell in the column next to which you want to create the new column.

2.
On the ribbon, above the Layout tab, click Table Tools.

3.
In the Insert group, click Insert Left.

To insert a new table column to the right of the current column, do the following:

1.
In your table, click any cell in the column next to which you want to create the new column.

2.
On the ribbon, above the Layout tab, click Table Tools.

3.
In the Insert group, click Insert Right.
 
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