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Microsoft Onenote 2010 : Using Tables to Organize Information (part 5) - Deleting a Row in a Table, Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Modify Tables

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Deleting a Row in a Table

To delete a row within a table, do the following:

1.
Click any cell in the row you want to delete.

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

3.
In the Delete group, click Delete Row.

To delete a row more quickly, right-click any of its cells, click Table on the shortcut menu that appears, and then click Delete Rows.


If the plural form in the Delete Rows command seems out of place, it’s because you can use this command to delete multiple rows at once, not just the current row. To do this, click any cell in the first row that you want to delete, hold down the Shift key, and then click any cell in the last row that you want to delete. When you use the Delete Rows command, either on the ribbon or on the right-click menu, OneNote will delete all of the rows between and including the rows of the two cells you selected.

Using Keyboard Shortcuts to Modify Tables

When you’re comfortable with the way tables work in OneNote, learn the various keyboard shortcuts (see Table 1) that let you create and modify tables and their cell contents. They provide the easiest and fastest way to organize information on any page in your notes.

Table 1. Keyboard Shortcuts for Tables in OneNote
To Do ThisPress
Start a new table from typed textTab
Insert a new column in a table with a single rowTab
Insert a new row below the current row (when the cursor is at the end of the last cell)Enter
Insert a line break in the current cellShift+Enter
Insert another paragraph in the current cellAlt+Enter
Insert a column to the left of the current columnCtrl+Alt+E
Insert a column to the right of the current columnCtrl+Alt+R
Insert a new row above the current row (when the cursor is at the beginning of any row)Enter
Delete the current empty row in a table (when the cursor is at the beginning of the row)Delete (press twice)
Align cell text to the leftCtrl+L
Align cell text to the rightCtrl+R
Delete a selected tableDelete
 
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