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I'm trying to edit a table in LibreOffice Writer so that the rows are each their own designated and precise height. I've managed that for the columns by going to Table > Table Properties... then selecting the Columns tab (as pictured below) but I cannot find a similar option for rows. Editing column width. Is there a way of editing row height without dragging the borders (which makes the result invariably imprecise)?

Thank you, --Calixte

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Right-clik on the row you want to modify, go to Row and select Height...

Pop-up menu > Row > Height...

Deselect "Dynamic adjustment" and enter the desired height. (Please note that actual English terms may differ).

Row height dialog box

Tried it just now with LibreOffice 4.0.

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Thanks a lot. I don't know why I didn't try it that way in the first place. :-) Cheers! –  Calixte Feb 26 '13 at 21:54
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