Resizing and moving layout cells

Resizing and moving layout cells

You can resize or move layout cells, but they cannot overlap. You cannot move or resize a cell to make it cross the boundaries of the layout table that contains it. A layout cell cannot be made smaller than its contents.

For information on how to resize or move layout tables, see Resizing and moving layout tables.

To resize a layout cell:

  1. Select a cell by clicking an edge of the cell or by Control-clicking (Windows) or Command-clicking (Macintosh) anywhere in the cell.

    Selection handles appear around the cell.

  2. Drag a selection handle to resize the cell.

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    The cell edges automatically snap to align with other cells’ edges.

To move a layout cell:

  1. Select a cell by clicking an edge of the cell or by Control-clicking (Windows) or Command-clicking (Macintosh) anywhere in the cell.

    Selection handles appear around the cell.

  2. Do one of the following:
    • Drag the cell to another location within its layout table.
    • Press the arrow keys to move the cell 1 pixel at a time.


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