Insert, change, or delete a table in Outlook.com

You can insert a table in your Outlook.com email messages or calendars to help you organize your data.

Which version of Outlook.com are you using?

The instructions are slightly different depending on whether you're using the new Outlook.com or the classic version. Choose the version you're using to see the instructions that apply to you.

IF YOUR MAILBOX LOOKS LIKE...

A screenshot of the top left corner of the Outlook.com beta mailbox

See Instructions for the new Outlook.com.

IF YOUR MAILBOX LOOKS LIKE...

A screenshot of the top left corner of the classic Outlook.com mailbox

See Instructions for classic Outlook.com.

Instructions for the new Outlook.com

  1. Create a new message or reply to an existing message.

  2. At the bottom of the compose pane, select More formatting options Outlook.com icon > Insert table .

    A screenshot of the Insert table button

  3. Drag the pointer to choose the number of columns and rows you want in your table.

To insert or delete rows or columns, merge or split cells, add a style, or delete a table:

  1. Right-click a cell in the table.

    A screenshot of the table context menu

  2. Select an option.

Instructions for classic Outlook.com

  1. Create a new message or reply to an existing message.

  2. At the bottom of the compose pane, select Insert table . If you don't see the icon, select More > Insert table .

    A screenshot of the Insert table button

  3. Drag the pointer to choose the number of columns and rows you want in your table.

To insert or delete rows or columns, merge or split cells, add a style, or delete a table:

  1. Right-click a cell in the table.

    A screenshot of the table context menu

  2. Select an option.

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