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Hi,

The default behaviour in a table is that when you press Tab when the
cursor is in the in the bottom right-hand cell a new row is created
below.

Does anyone know if it is possible that, with the cursor in the
right-hand cell, a new row is created ABOVE the current row when Tab
is pressed?

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No, but you can use Insert Rows to insert a row anywhere.

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Hi,

The default behaviour in a table is that when you press Tab when the
cursor is in the in the bottom right-hand cell a new row is created
below.

Does anyone know if it is possible that, with the cursor in the
right-hand cell, a new row is created ABOVE the current row when Tab
is pressed?

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Peter

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On Mon, 22 May 2006 14:33:15 -0500, "Suzanne S. Barnhill"
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No, but you can use Insert Rows to insert a row anywhere.



OK, thanks. I wanted to be able to place a new entry in a log above
the previous one - it's a macro then.

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