Adjusting Tables

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Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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I have a large table with 10 columns and 27 rows and i've converted all cells to graphic cells and inserted images into each cell. Now i need to add additional rows and columns and scale the entire table and all cells to fit these new additional cells. My question is, how can I scale everything down without the exhisting images changing/moving at all, keeping their placement within their cells?

Basically, when i try to add new rows/columns and make all cells smaller, the exhisting images adjust and then I have to manually rescale each image.

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Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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select the whole frame text and go to scale tool, double click on it, define the new scale. it will scale every thing all in all.










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thank you! That did work, i'm not sure why i didn't think to just do that before, i think because I was so focussed on scaling in size of the cells. 

I think I may of found another way too, I selected all table cells and clicked on a box in the top table menu that says, 'Auto-Fit' which I've never noticed or used before, and then I was able to change the cell size and maintain all of the photo placements while scaling them all and the whole table and adding rows/columns, etc.

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