I've got a word document that uses independent tables to control layout. For example:
+=================+ | Table 1 | +=================+ +=================+ | Table 2 | +=================+ +=================+ | Table 3 | +=================+ ...
Where Table 1 will have some text and formatting, Table 2 will have some text and formatting, etc. The Tables borders are without lines (transparent?), so it looks like well laid out text.
I need to copy/paste a table in between Table 1 and Table 2. However, Word is not showing me the elements or their outlines. The lack of elements means I can't get a proper "selection" (for copy), and the lack of outlines means I can't position the caret for the insertion (for paste).
I've tried various Layout types from the View menu (for example, Web Layout, Print Layout, Outline, Master Document, Markup), but I can't get a good representation of the document's elements. About all I get is an occasional blue dot and marks to indicate the ENTER key was pressed.
Here's the relevant OS/Word info: Mac OS X 10.8.5 and Word for Mac 2011 version 14.3.9 (131030).
How does one show the elements in a Word document?