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Chapter 19. Modifying Tables > Merging and Splitting Cells and Creating Table H...

Merging and Splitting Cells and Creating Table Headings

Sometimes, you want text or a figure to span the width of multiple cells. A heading is an example of text that you might want to stretch across several columns. Word enables you to merge multiple cells in a row into a single cell. Merging cells converts their contents to paragraphs within a single cell.

Merging Cells

You can only merge cells horizontally. Selecting cells in more than one row results in the selected cells in each row being merged horizontally.


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