Answered By: Emily Dahlen Last Updated: May 03, 2016 Views: 357
Splitting a table in Word allows you to create a new table from a desired row in the table. The row indicated for the split will become the first row of the new table.
A tutorial on how to split a table is available on our MS Word Resources Website on Tables, Cells, and Figures.
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