Click in current Heading row.
Table > Add Rows or Columns
<*> Add [ 1 ] Row(s): Above Selection
[ Add ]
Restoring a heading row to a table without one is another matter.
The existing table has no Heading Row.
So will I be able to create or assign new Heading Rows for the existing table???
> The existing table has no Heading Row.
Create a new empty table of the named format, with the desired number of various rows and columns.
Save the file.
Select and cut* the content out of the old table.
Paste it into body row 1 of the new one.
Delete old table.
Add text to new heading row(s).
Or learn to hack tables in MIF.
Yup. This is a shortcoming of FM's table support.
* Copy is OK as long as there are no Markers in the table.
Too easy. I never noticed that option before. And it's been in the product for a long time.
Thank you all,
I agree with Error7103, Arnis' answer was too easy as it shows.
I also thank Error7103, your earlier response was also very good, more like common sense. Appreciate it.
PS: I have one question in your comment:
What is the Hacking MIF, and where can I find more info related to it???
> What is the Hacking MIF, and where can I find more info related to it???
Save file as MIF to .mif
Hack with plaintext editor.
This is obviously not necessary for your situation, but MIF mucking for tables is sometimes done. We use it to convert arbitrary (pasted-in) spreadsheet data to a fully formatted FM table with useful cross-reference markers already in place. Paste in the data in one sheet. Copy out the raw MIF from another. Open in FM and copy to final document. The spreadsheet was originally created by deconstructing a formatted table in MIF.