Adding Table Footer Rows
Use footer rows when you want to draw attention to the bottom rows of a table.
Footer rows are formatted so that they stand out from the other (body) rows. A footer
row consists of the bottommost cell in each column.
You can use as many as five footer rows. To format a footer to span columns, merge
the footer cells as “Merging Table Cells” on page 169 describes.
To add footer rows, first select a table.
Here are ways to add footer rows:
Click Inspector in the toolbar, click the Table inspector button. In the Table inspector,
click Table, and then choose the number of footer rows from the Headers & Footer
Choose Format > Table > Footer Rows >
n (the number of footer rows) from the
Delete footer rows as you would delete any rows. For details, see “Deleting Table Rows
and Columns” on page 162.