What is the shortcut to delete entire row from table in Word 2007?
I want to select a row, then press shortcut and it will delete entire row from table
Select the row and press Backspace to delete the row.
Select the row and press Del to delete the just the row contents.
(I just tweaked what David suggested)
Select the cells in the row (or several rows) and drag the cursor to outside the table in such a way that the entire row (or rows) along with a small area outside the table boundary is highlighted. Then press backspace. The entire row (or rows) will be deleted in one go.
- Shift + ↑/↓ to select rows.
- Alt + JL + D + R