Tables play an important part in many different document types, and the requirement comes in all shapes and forms. Which is why we have launched a new and very flexible Smart Table feature that will meet your every table need.
To insert a table simply click on the Table option in the left hand side toolbar and select from the new range of fully-editable table designs.
You can edit the text in any cell by simply double clicking the text and typing. But there's a whole lot more flexibility in our new tables, read on to find out more:
How to resize and move the whole table
Select the table by clicking on it and use the resize handles on the top (height), side (width) or corner (resize). To move the table just drag on any point in the selection box around the table.
How to add and delete a column or row
Select the row or column by clicking on the grey hover bar next to it, click + to add a row or column or x to delete a row or column.
Selection tip: you can use the Shift and Ctrl + cmd keys to quickly select a range of rows or columns. For example, click on a column's grey hover bar, then SHIFT+CLICK on another column's hover bar, and all the columns in between are also selected. If you CTRL+CLICK instead, you select only the columns/rows you click on.
How to move a column or row
Select the row or column by clicking on the grey hover bar next to it, then drag on the hand symbol to reposition it.
How to adjust the width of a column or row
Simply click and drag the handles you'll see when you hover over any border.
Tip: you can see the current width or height of a row or column by selecting it (by clicking on the hover bar next to it) and hovering over the border.
How to change the color of a cell, column or row
You can change the background color of a single cell, or a whole row or column. Select the cell by single clicking in it, or the row or column by clicking in the grey hover bar next to it. You will see the cell background color swatch in the right hand properties panel. Click the swatch to edit.
Selection tip: you can use the Shift and Ctrl + cmd keys to quickly select a range of cells. SHIFT+CLICK on a cell creates a rectangular cell selection between the original cell, and the second one you click on. CTRL+CLICK selects any individual cells you click in.
How to merge/ split cells
You may want to merge cells, typically to create a heading that stands out. Simply select the cells you want to merge and click on the Merge Cells option on the context bar.
If you select cells that are already merged then you will see a Split Cells option on the context bar.