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Can't delete rows in the table function


Can't delete rows in the table function

I have a table in CC that holds our weekly activities, and as I was editing this week's schedule, the row expanded, and another was added....and so my white space / blank row is now enormous......and the 'delete row' function is grayed out.... Don't know why I can't collapse / delete / eliminate the extra space...I've already cleared / deleted all characters from that area....Any help out there?


Hey @AnnunciationEpiscopal!


Thanks for reaching out to the Community! I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble removing a row from your table in your email campaign. There is a note in this help article's step 5 that explains to Delete a Row or Column you would need to place your cursor within that row/column and then go to the gear icon to delete. 


If you are having any trouble with this, please feel free to reach out to our support team also and we'd be happy to work with you to get this issue resolved. You can send us an email at social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com and include your username, the name of the email campaign that contains the table you are trying to edit, and reference this community post. 


Jessica H.

Community Support 


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this solution onlz works to delete the table, not an individual row

Hello @DonE92 ,


If you're needing to delete a single row in a Legacy Email table, click inside the row you wish to take out, then click the little gear icon in the top-right corner of the table. Mouse-over Rows, then select Delete.

William D
Community & Social Media Support

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