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Problems editing a table with form fields

Posted on 2007-11-15
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I have a word document that has a table with form fields.  I would like to be able to add rows to the forms, but it won't allow me to.  I have the developer tab for word and it states that the access is not restricted when I looked under protect document.  Is there a way to lock the table so that you can't add anymore rows?
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I don't have 2007 , but in all other versions of Word you can't add rows to a table while the document is Protected for Forms. I understand that the interface is different so I can't guide you on how to remove the protection in Word 2007. You may need a password.
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