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Default How can I merge tables besides by inserting rows/pasting?

I cannot find any place in the menus in Word 2003 for merging two tables.
For aesthetic reasons, I have separated the tables in a certain document
instead of creating one continuous table in the document. So, currently, if
I want to merge the contents of two separate tables in this document, I have
to manually insert multiple rows into the table whose size I want to
increase, and then paste into it the contents of the rows of another table,
which contents I want to be part of the first table.

This process is somewhat time-consuming, and I am thinking that there must
be a faster way of merging two tables, but I have not been able to find it by
searching Microsoft Online and the English KB.
Peter Turpin
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