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Word 2007 “Lock” the row height in a table

Posted on 2010-11-24
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In Word 2007, how do you “Lock” the row height in a table?  I would like to set the row at a specific height and not let it adjust automatically.

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CJA
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Table Tools> Layout tab>Table Group>Properties>Row tab.

Check 'Specify height', choose the height and select 'Exactly'
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