Editing a Table in an Article

Add, remove, or clear rows and columns whenever you need to modify an article's table. You can also adjust the width of your columns to make the information more presentable.
Before you begin:

To edit a table in an article:

  1. Go to the article's Content Editor
  2. Choose what you want to do:
Note:
Your table displays 722 pixels wide on your live article to ensure it's optimized for all devices. If your table exceeds this width, viewers can hover and scroll to the right to view the entire table.

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