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Cell merging allows a cell to span more than one column and/or row in a table. You can also "subdivide" a cell into any number of rows and columns with the cell splitting functions in EZGenerator.

To merge several cells:
  1. Select the cells you want to merge.
  2. Right-click and from the menu that appears, select Table > Merge Cells.
  3. The cells and their contents are merged into a new cell.
To merge several cells in selected rows:
  1. Select the rows whose cells you want to merge.
  2. Right-click and from the menu that appears, select Table > Merge Cells in Selected Rows.
  3. The cells and their contents are merged into new cells, which number is equal to the number of rows selected.
To split one or more cells into several rows:
  1. Select the cells you want to split (to split a single cell it is enough to position the text marker inside it).
  2. Right-click and from the menu that appears, select Table > Split into Rows.
  3. In the dialog that appears select the numbers of rows you want to be created for each cell and press OK.
  4. The selected cells are split into several rows and their existing content is moved to the bottom most row.
To split one or more cells into several columns:
  1. Select the cells you want to split (to split a single cell it is enough to position the text marker inside it).
  2. Right-click and from the menu that appears, select Table > Split into Columns.
  3. In the dialog that appears select the numbers of columns you want to be created for each cell and press OK.
  4. The selected cells are split into several columns and their existing content is moved to the rightmost column.