Tables are useful for displaying information in rows and columns, making it easier to scan information. You can format a table's text when you create it, or edit those settings afterward. You also can edit table elements, such as its cells, rows and columns.
Go ahead and delete 'Type your paragraph here.' from the text box.
The Headers menu is set to None by default, but lets you choose whether to boldface the First Row, First Column, or Both.
NOTE: As this screenshot shows, the Alignment setting is applied to the table's position within the blue dotted text box, not to the table's content, such as the caption.
Depending on your Web browser settings, clicking the text box editor's Cut, Copy or Paste buttons will trigger an alert telling you to use your keyboard shortcuts. (Also see Add text.)
|Cell||Insert Cell Before or After, Delete Cells, Merge Cells, Merge Right or Left, Split Cell Horizontally or Vertically, and Cell Properties|
|Row||Insert Row Before or After, Delete Rows||Column||Insert Column Before or After, Delete Columns|