Select End of Table With Cursor

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Hi Everyone

How do you select the end of a table inbetween two other tables so that the cursor is flashing? See attached where the red line is - need this to be where my flashing cursor is so that I can add another table inbetween two tables. I've done this before but can't remember how now and I'm literally going crazy. Any help is much appreciated.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 14, 2020 Dec 14, 2020
You can could use the Story Editor to get in between the tables - and hit return so you can see the space. Go to Edit > Edit in Story Editor or use the short cut, Command + Y. ...The Story Editor will display the content from the text frame you have selected in simple word processor layout. ...Within this panel you can change the font, size, spacing and color to suit your needs.

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You can could use the Story Editor to get in between the tables - and hit return so you can see the space.

  1. Go to Edit > Edit in Story Editor or use the short cut, Command + Y. ...
  2. The Story Editor will display the content from the text frame you have selected in simple word processor layout. ...
  3. Within this panel you can change the font, size, spacing and color to suit your needs.

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Hi Eugene, that worked a treat.. you're an angel! A billion thanks,

 

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FWIW: Eugene provided the solution.

Thus I gave his post the "Correct Answer".

 

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Uwe Laubender

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