Usually I want the new row to have similar content to an existing one, so I select the existing row (by clicking to its left) then press/click copy followed by paste. Copy of the row is inserted, ready for updating. If I then want to relocate it, I press alt-up/down (which looks pretty impressive if you've not seen it before)
Also works with multiple rows.
I can't remember how to do this with out it moving the table down 1 line. Any ideas?
I just copy the row above or below (highlight, right-click-copy, right-click-paste). Then press the F4 key (duplicate last action) as many times as rows that I need.
This may be picking at nits, but in the example above, the new rows are inserted above row 3, not row 5.
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