Split A Single Table Into Two Tables In Word 2007

Sometimes information in one table is better displayed in multiple tables, especially if it is very large. If this is the case, you do not have to create a second table and copy the information over to it. Instead, you can simply split the table and Word will take care of the rest for you.

Here is how you can split a table.

  1. In your existing table, place the insertion point where the new table should start.
  2. Within Table Tools, click the Layout tab.
  3. Click Split Table in the Merge Group.

Word will automatically create a second table for you.

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