I've made a table, but I now would like to move row 7 to occupy the position of row 2, thus pushing the others down so that the previous row two would now be row 3. In Excel, I would select the row and then click and hold the selected row with the mouse and move it up or down as needed and it would relocate to the location where it is when I release the mouse button. I can't seem to figure out how to do it in ID. Any suggestions would be very welcome. Thanks.
I don't believe you can move rows. You can cut row 7, insert a row to the right of row 1 and paste row 7 over the blank, inserted row.
Thank you. That works, but it isn't as handy as Excel's method. I hope Adobe adds that feature.