1)Click in the cell, or click to the left of the cell’s text snippet in the Structure view.
1)Click in the cell and press Esc t h a, or double-click the cell’s bubble in the Structure view. You can also triple-click a cell’s contents if it contains just one paragraph.
•Control-click the cell.
•(Structured documents) Drag across the cell’s boundary and back, or click the cell’s bubble in the Structure view.
•Drag across all the cells, and then Shift-double-click or Shift-click (structured documents) the last cell in the selection.
•To select an entire row, press Esc t h r, or drag across the cells in the row, or click the row’s bubble in the Structure view.
tip: If you click between table-part elements (such as between two rows) in the Structure view, the insertion point appears in the Structure view but not in the document window. A contiguous selection of cells in the document window doesn’t always appear as contiguous bubbles in the Structure view.
•To select an entire column, press Esc t h c, or drag from a heading cell into the first body cell.
•To select the entire table, press Esc t h t.