Gary Collins wrote:
I'm needing to create a kind of table, consisting of two rows, where the bottom row is offset by
half a cell from the top row. I'm not sure what would be the best way to achieve this - any
suggestions would be most welcome!
Make a table with 3 rows.
Select the middle row and with Table Properties > Borders select only the top and bottom borders.
With the same row selected: Format > Paragraph > Indents & Spacing, select Line Spacing > Fixed and
enter a small size, for example 5pt.
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