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Mary Ann Mary Ann is offline
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Default Table Grid Styles

I have used Table Grid 1 as a style in a Word template and want to change the
row height on all rows in the style. This however is greyed out. I have
resorted to changing it manually, hoping that the style might then let me
update as formatted but that appears to be greyed out too.

Am I missing something here or is it not possible to change a style row
properties?
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Default Table Grid Styles

You can't set row height as part of the table style, but you should be able
to select a given table and set an exact height for all its rows.

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I have used Table Grid 1 as a style in a Word template and want to change

the
row height on all rows in the style. This however is greyed out. I have
resorted to changing it manually, hoping that the style might then let me
update as formatted but that appears to be greyed out too.

Am I missing something here or is it not possible to change a style row
properties?


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