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Chapter 3. Rapid Rows, Cruising Columns:... > Moving Cells and Cell Contents

Moving Cells and Cell Contents

Got some cellular matter to relocate? You can move entire rows or columns simply by cutting and pasting. Rows will appear above the current cursor position and columns will appear to the left. So how do you move a row or column to the outside? Add a temporary column or row by increasing the number of columns or rows in the Table Property inspector. Then, place your cursor in the newly created column or row and paste away. The content shows up next to the cursor, and now you’re free to delete your temporary column or row.


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