This is really nice and easy way to add/remove row(s)/column(s) in table. As you probably know, Alt (Opt) key is used to duplicate objects, so it can also be used within table. Simply grab row/column edge and add Alt (Opt) key while dragging. You will instantly see the result! It’s so cool! This also works if you want to add row(s)/column(s) in middle of the table. Notice that InDesign will use width/height of previous row/column while adding new one(s).
To remove row(s)/column(s) do the same, but you have to drag to opposite direction.
Be aware that InDesign will delete row(s)/column(s) all together with its contents!
Creating new Paragraph/Character Style “On the Fly”, setting font, size, tabs, paragraph rules, and everything is great, and when you want to assign color, you see that you didn’t setup color swatch! 😐 You close style dialog, add new swatch, and then come back to style and assign color.
Well, that’s completely WRONG! 😀
Yes, those things happens with InDesign too! On the other hand, InDesign has really great crash recovery system, and it saved my work so many times. But, sometimes, InDesign just keeps crashing even with no documents opened, or not saving settings that we made, not displaying fonts correctly. First thing you can try is to reset/delete all application settings! This will delete all settings and load default ones like when you first installed InDesign.