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Default 'Tables'- 2 columns,4 rows. Can you merge one column into 3 rows?

In Word 2000 'Tables'
A table with two columns and four rows. (The table is more complicted than
this but for simplicity I will use the above to explain my problem).
Can I merge one column into three rows ???
Please explain in simple terms.

Thank you
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Default 'Tables'- 2 columns,4 rows. Can you merge one column into 3 rows?

Sort of.

What doesn't work: Merge four cells then split into three (Word gives you a
choice of two or four).

What does work: Split each of the four cells into three. Then select groups
of four cells and merge.

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In Word 2000 'Tables'
A table with two columns and four rows. (The table is more complicted than
this but for simplicity I will use the above to explain my problem).
Can I merge one column into three rows ???
Please explain in simple terms.

Thank you


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