Splitting cells is common to every IDE that manipulates HTML that I've\nworked with. I'm appalled that .NET seems incapable of providing that\nfuncitonality. There was a conversation last December on this topic\nwith an Microsoft comment that it was 'ambiguous'. It's not. Leave\ncurrent content in the 'old' cell and let the user do with it as they\nwill after the 'new' cell is in place. Not being able to split cells\ncreates HUGE headaches for the developer because they must now\ncalculate and implement all the colspans. And there's nothing in the\nhelp about either 'merge cell' or 'split cell' on a search.