Re: Inserting a row in MS Word table
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Inserting elements into tables is a Word function and is not related to any screen reader.
Move your arrow into the current table on the row before or after which you want to insert a new row. Press the application key, or the combination of alt+F10 if the application key is not available. Press Down-arrow in the application menu until you find "insert". This is a sub-menu, so press righth-arrow into it and you will see all the items that you can insert. One of these is "Rows above" and next is "Rows below".
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Subject: [nvda] Inserting a row in MS Word table
I am doing an assignment in an MS word document with tables.
When I come to the last column of the last row I am told I can add another row by pressing tab.
That's fine, but what I'd like to be able to do is to insert a row within the table.
Is their a way to do this using NVDA or JAWS?
Your response will be appreciated.