Quickly select all first rows of tables in Word
Kutools for Word
It will be simple and easy to select all first rows from multiple tables in the current document by applying the utility Select First Rows from Kutools for Word.
Click Kutools > Tables > Select Frist Rows. See screenshot:
Supposing you have a document as shown in the below screenshot which contains lots of tables and you want to quickly select all first rows of tables from the document, you can get it done as follows:
1. Please put the cursor out of any tables, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools > Tables > Select First Rows.
2. And a prompt box will pop out to remind you selecting the first rows of all tables, see screenshot:
3. Click Yes, and a prompt box is popped out to remind you how many tables with the first row are selected, see screenshot:
4. Then, click OK, it will select all first rows of tables. See the following screenshots.
If you just want to quickly select all first rows of tables from a part of the document, you can get it done as follows:
1. Please highlight and select a part of document, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools > Tables > Select First Rows.
2. And a prompt box will pop out to remind you how many tables with the first row are selected, see screenshot:
3. Then, click OK button, all first rows from tables in a selection of the current document have been selected. See the following screenshots.
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