Here's the answer to last week's challenge on rearranging Word table rows, along with a new question for all you Excel gurus.
If your spreadsheets are anything like mine, they store a number of comments. Printing some or all of those comments can be a bit tricky. How do you print Excel comments?
Last week, we asked...
"How do you move Word table rows up or down?" The keyboard provides the quickest method:
For instance, if you want to move the fourth row to the second row, you'd click inside row 4, hold down [Alt]+[Shift], and click the up arrow twice. Doing so moves row 4 up to row 2, pushes the second row down to row three, the third row to row four, and so on. In addition, you can select multiple rows and move them all at once.
- Click inside the row you want to move.
- Hold down [Alt]+[Shift].
- Press the up or down arrow, appropriately.