How to merge two tables in Microsoft Word

Microsoft Office is a leading software to create a document because it provides a large number of features to format your document. While doing your project documentation, you need to add multiple tables to your files, and sometimes you also need to merge separate tables collected from your survey. I have found many people who copy and paste the approach instead of a direct merging of two tables.

Don’t worry in this blog I will explain the steps to merge two tables in Word. Let’s start.

Step 1: First of all select the first table by clicking on the Plus button at the top-left of your table and right-click on it and click on Table Properties.

Figure: Select the whole Table
Figure: Click on Table Properties

Step 2: When you click on the Table Properties option, You will see a table properties window, where you need to select the Text Wrapping option to None. Then click on the Ok Button.

Figure: Table Properties

Step 3: Follow the same steps for Table 2. (Select the table, right-click on it and go to table properties and select text wrapping to None)

Figure: Table Properties of the second Table
Figure: Choose Text wrapping None for the second Table

Step 4: Drag your second table to the bottom of your first table, Your second table will be merged to the bottom of your first table.

Figure: Drag your second table to the bottom of the first Table
Figure: Merged Table

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