My table column resizes as I type.
Table columns in Microsoft Word automatically resize to fit text or graphics. If you type a word that is longer than the width of the column, the column adjusts to accommodate the text. If you don't want your columns to resize when you type, click in the table, click Table Properties on the Table menu, and then click the Table tab. Click Options, and then clear the Automatically resize to fit contents check box.
My table doesn't change size with my window.
I inserted a table and now my line count is inaccurate.
If a single table row splits at a page break, Microsoft Word sometimes shows an inaccurate line count on the status bar for those lines on the new page that fall outside the row. If you must have an accurate line count, you can prevent table rows from breaking across pages.
Part of the text is hidden inside a table cell.
If you clear the Specify height check box, Microsoft Word will automatically adjust the height to the contents.
My table shows gray borders that do not print.
My table is cut off at the end of a page.
You might have text wrapping applied to the table. If you want the table to span more than one page, you must remove text wrapping. Click the table. On the Table menu, click Table Properties, and then click the Table tab. Under Text wrapping, click None.
My table snaps to the left or right when I try to move it.
You might be viewing your document in Web layout view (Web Layout view: A view of a document as it will appear in a Web browser. For example, the document appears as one long page (without page breaks) and text and tables wrap to fit in the window.) and have text wrapping applied to your table. If you are not working on a Web page, switch to normal view (normal view: A view that shows text formatting and a simplified page layout. Normal view is convenient for most editing and formatting tasks.) or print layout view (Print Layout view: A view of a document or other object as it will appear when you print it. For example, items such as headers, footnotes, columns, and text boxes appear in their actual positions.). If you are working on a Web page and want to move the table, you must first remove text wrapping. Click the table. On the Table menu, click Table Properties, and then click the Table tab. Under Text wrapping, click None.
I can't insert a tab stop inside a table cell.
I modified a table style and all the tables in my document changed.