Can you merge "rows" in a solidworks general table? I know how to merge columns works just fine, can't seem to get rows to do anything.
Select cells - RMB - Merge cells.Works just fine here
you can merge adjacent cells in a general table - I don't see the point in merging rows...
On my chart I would like the first two rows circled in yellow to say "CC", I have already merged the column's in red, I thought the same could be done with rows. I also want the three to the far right to be merged as well? Is this not possible? if not, why not?
To elaborate on what's been said. I've found that you can't hold CTRL and click on cell 1 and then on cell 2 when doing your selection. The merge cells button will be grayed out in the context menu.
To select the cells, you have to left-mouse-click and hold in the first cell then drag to highlight the adjacent cell(s). This will give you the prompt to merge in the context menu.
In order to be able to merge cells, the cells must not already be merged. If so, you must un-merge them and then re-merge them to the new configuration.
Hope that helps.
Not sure what is going on. Created a new table all is good can merge rows and column's go back to the one I have existing nope won't merge rows just columns, might have to delete the table and start all over. Thanks for all the input.
the only thing I can think of that would likely stop the vertical merging, aside form the control selection, would be if you had a hidden row between them (then the cells would not actually be adjacent)
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