When you add a table to your document, it will automatically add a header, two columns, and a single row. The table toolbar will appear at the top of the table when you select it — you can easily add or remove rows and/or columns in your table.
The table toolbar also contains the option to change the background of all highlighted cells, as well as a link to the table properties where you can switch the header on or off.
To resize a column, drag and drop the middle column border to expand or shrink it.
There are additional design settings under Properties > Design. Here you can change the header typography, border style, and row style for any table in your document.
You can change the design of all tables and pricing tables separately in the document by going to Design > Table design.
Note:The individual table design settings described above will override any table design settings here.
Adding images to a table
To add an image to a cell of your table block, select the table cell first, then select Insert image on the floating panel. From here, you can upload images from your desktop, choose an image from your image library, or upload an image from Canva.
You can replace, resize (fit to cell / default), duplicate, or delete the inserted image using the floating panel.
To change the size of your image, first select it, then select Fit to cell on the floating panel to stretch the image to the width of your cell.
You can also resize an image by hovering over a column’s vertical border until it’s highlighted in green, then dragging the border to resize the column width. The image will resize accordingly.
Merging cells in a table
If you’d like to merge cells in your table, select the cells you’d like to merge, then select Merge cells on the floating panel.