Adjust rows and columns InDesign CS6


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Adjusting rows and columns

Tables don't just spring to life by themselves; you need to feed them, care for them, adjust their rows, and columns, but how do you adjust the rows and columns in a table? If I choose the Selection tool, and then try and drag one of these column dividers, I don't move the column divider; I move the whole text frame. Let's undo that, and see how you're really supposed to do it. Remember that tables are inside text frames, and therefore, you have to use the Type tool. I'll press the T on my keyboard to jump to the Type tool quickly, and then I can actually click inside here, and drag.

I'll make this column a little wider, this column a little narrower; you get the idea. You can just move these around. Notice that as I drag one of these column dividers, it changes all of the columns in the table. If I want to move a column divider without moving the other dividers, I hold down the Shift key. Shift+drag will only change that one column divider, and it won't change th...

Adjusting rows and columns
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Adjusting rows and columns provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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