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Quickly select all tables in a Word document

It is quite useful to select all tables when we want to unify all table style or delete all tables in word document at once. Normally we have to spend time selecting them one table after another manually. But with Kutools for Word’s Select Tables, we can quickly select all tables with only one click in Word.

Select all tables in a Word document with one click

Select all tables from a selection of current document

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arrow blue right bubble Click Kutools > Tables > Select Tables. See screenshot:


arrow blue right bubble Select all tables in a Word document with one click

Supposing you have a document as shown in the below screenshot which contains lots of tables and you want to quickly select all tables from the document, you can get it done as follows:

1. Put the cursor out of any tables and then apply this utility by clicking Kutools > Tables > Select Tables.

2. All tables will be selected as shown in the below screenshots.

shot-select-all-tables

arrow blue right bubble Select all tables from a selection of current document

Supposing you want to select all tables from a part of the document, you can quickly get it done as follows:

1. Please select a part of the document which you want to select all tables.

2. And then apply this utility by clicking Kutools > Tables > Select Tables. See screenshots:

shot-select-all-tables

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