In Google Slides, is there an option to modify the row height in a table?

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You can do it using the cursor and dragging the border lines of a cell.


As mentioned on the official Google support page:

Resize a row or column

  1. On your computer, open a document or presentation.
  2. In your table, move your cursor over the gridline of a row or column.
  3. When your cursor becomes a two-sided arrow, click and drag until the row or column is the size you want.

Make all rows and columns the same size

  1. On your computer, open a document or presentation.
  2. Right-click a table.
  3. Click Distribute rows or Distribute columns.

Extra Tip: Minimization of a row is restricted by font size.
That means that a row of fonts sized 48 will not be able to get "shrunk" as much as another one having fonts sized 10

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