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Quickly select all last rows of tables in Word

The utility Select Last Rows in Kutools for Word will help you select all last rows from numbers of tables in the whole document simply by just one click.

Select all last rows of tables from the whole document

Select all last rows of tables from a selection of the document

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arrow blue right bubble Click Kutools > Tables > Select Last Rows. See screenshots:


arrow blue right bubble Select all last rows of tables from the whole document

Supposing you have a document as shown in the below screenshot which contains lots of tables and you want to quickly select all last rows of tables from the whole 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 last Rows.

2. It will select all last rows of tables from the whole document. See the following screenshots.

shot-select-all-last-rows-of-tables

 


arrow blue right bubble Select all last rows of tables from a selection of the document

If you just want to quickly select all last rows of tables from a selection of the document, you can quickly get it done as follows:

1. Please highlight and select a part of document, and then apply the utility by clicking Kutools>Tables>Select last Rows.

2. It will select all last rows of tables from a selection of the document. See the following screenshots.

shot-select-all-last-rows-of-tables

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