I know this is probably a really stupid question. But after looking online and at the table palette... I still can't figure it out! In Quark, I can "maintain the geometry" of a table by clicking a box. That way, I can change the width or height of rows and columns... without changing the overall size of the table itself. How do I lock down the overall size of a table in InDesign? Thanks...
@Julie – you can change column width by alt + shift + dragging left or right cell sides without changing the overall size of the table.
For other table goodies see:
Hope that helps!
Thanks! I really appreciate it. I knew it was something simple... I guess I just didn't use the right search phrase.