The date and time was Thursday, February 12, 2009 9:44:23 PM, and on a
whim, Gualtier Malde pounded out on the keyboard:
> I am using Thunderbird v 2 in Windows 2000. I send out a newsletter to a
> boating organization and include a table of upcoming rendezvous. For next month
> I want to remove the rendezvous for February. I want to remove the data but
> also the row.
> When I go into table configuration and reduce the number of rows it lops one off
> of the bottom. I don't see how to get rid of the empty row on top. Please advise.
> Thank you,
Try clicking on the prior email you sent and press Ctrl-E (Edit message
as new). Then you should be able to click on the top row and to the far
left of the row you'll see a circle with an X in it. Click on that and
the row should be deleted. Then modify the email as needed and re-send.
Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.
Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.