Merge cells

You can merge any number of cells in the current table. When merged, the selected range becomes a single cell. A merged cell will retain the formatting of the top-left cell of the range.

Once merged, only the data from the top-left cell is saved. If other cells of the range are filled with data during the process, MyOffice Text will notify you about it.

To merge cells, select them and follow one of the steps below:

On the Command menu, click Format point to Table, and then click Merge Cells.

On the Toolbar, select the Table section and click editor_merge_split_icon (Merge Cells).

Right-click the selected range and click Merge Cells on the shortcut menu.

Press Ctrl+Alt+M.

Split cells

You can only split cells that were previously merged.

To split cells, select the merged cell, and do one of the following:

On the Command menu, click Format point to Table, and then click Split Cells.

On the Toolbar, select the Table section and click t_table_unmerge_cells Split Cells.

Right-click the selected range and click Split Cells on the shortcut menu.

Press Alt+Shift+M.

The data from the merged cell will be placed in the top-left cell of the obtained range.

Range cells retain the formatting of the combined cell.

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