Adding Table Footer Rows
Use footer rows when you want to draw attention to the bottom rows of a table.
Footer rows are formatted so that they stand out from the other (body) rows. A footer
row consists of the bottommost cell in each column.
You can use as many as five footer rows. To format a footer to span columns, merge
the footer cells, as “Merging Table Cells” on page 86 describes.
Here are ways to add or delete footer rows:
If a table has no footers, select the table and click the Footer button in the format bar
to add one.
Click it again to remove the footer.
Click the disclosure triangle next to the Footer button in the toolbar, and then choose
the number of footer rows to add from the pop-up menu. Choose 0 to remove all
Add footer rows.
To delete a footer row, hold the pointer over the reference tab of a footer row to see its
menu arrow, and then click the arrow and choose Delete Row from the pop-up menu.
Select a table or an element in it. Click Inspector in the toolbar, click the Table
inspector button, and then click the Footer button. Choose the number of footer rows
from the pop-up menu.
Select a table or an element in it and then choose Table > Footer Rows. Then choose
the number of footer rows from the submenu.