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Default How do I enlarge a cell without changing corresponding rows?

How do I add information to a cell within a table and keep all the other rows
the same? The table rows are not even and I want to keep it that way. When
I try and add information it adds space into the other rows which I do not
want to happen.
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Default How do I enlarge a cell without changing corresponding rows?

The only way that you can achieve that effect is to merge the cell with the
one below it.

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How do I add information to a cell within a table and keep all the other
rows
the same? The table rows are not even and I want to keep it that way.
When
I try and add information it adds space into the other rows which I do not
want to happen.



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