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Old June 11th 06, 07:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Default Add new table row automatically

Actually a table in Word behaves exactly the same as one in Access. When
you press the tab key in the last cell in the last row in the document, a
new row is added automatically.

Neither program automatically adds columns.

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"JP" wrote in message
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When i'm writing stuff into tables in word, i find it annoying when i have
to
choose to add a new row, or a column to my existing table. I believe that
a
feature such as that used in Access should be implmented when adding a new
record to a table in Access. This would mean that the user can have a set
table size, and then have rows and columns appear when (s)he needs them.

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