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MacMost Now 172: Creating Tables and Lists in TextEdit
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Select something in the table. Choose Format, Table. This brings up an inspector window. Change the number of rows there.
Thanks Gary, worked a treat!
table isn't there in format/text/ and i'm freaking out cuz i need a table!
Maybe you are working on a Plain Text document? Use Format, Make Rich Text.
Hi Gary that was amazing, i was expecting to buy Microsoft Office but you tutorial really helps. Thankx
That's odd, I can't get more than 25 rows in my tables, no matter what I do. Instead I have to create multiple 25 row sets and manually line each one up if any changes are made. It's a real tedious task. This doesn't make sense to me as to why I can't create 180 rows in a table. Anyone know if there is a way?
Is there a way to insert a row, like in an alphabetized list? And to delete a row from the list without a gap, or do I have to go back to Microsoft Word for these delicate functions?
For a table? It is tough -- probably best to use a tool like Word (or Pages, or Numbers) for something like that.
Hi Gary, how do i write 10 to the power of 7 on text edit???
Type 107. Select the 7, change it to a smaller font size. Then, with it still selected, choose Font, Format, Baseline, Superscript.
Thanks for the video Gary. I have a question regarding setting tables. I have a table of 160 rows set up in text edit and want to add more rows but cannot find a way to do it. Can you help or is there a maximum number of rows that can be used? Thanks