Microsoft Word VBA Tables Column and Row Manipulation
Microsoft Word VBA Tables column and row manipulation is easiest when using a recorded macro as your starting point.
The following recorded macro inserts or adds a default table of 2 rows and 5 colums. then it inserts a row and then deletes the row.
Once again, the easiest way to work with a table is to record a macro as your basis, and then adjust the code from there...
Go to the Tools menu > Macros and choose Record New Macro.
Insert a table, add rows/columns, format the columns/rows and the text or what ever you need to accomplish.
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