Insert a table by using the Insert Table function from the Styles tool or by using a Context Menu at the insertion point.


When the cursor is located in an insertion point immediately above a Table element, MS Word incorrectly tells Quark Author that the cursor is in the table. It is this information that Quark Author uses to make the Insert Tables button available or unavailable. This is why you see an extra line inserted after a Table element. While this eliminates a similar problem when the insertion point is below a table, it has not been addressed by Microsoft for insertion points located above a table.