Move table rows and columns in Pages on Mac
You can move any rows and columns in a table; however, they may be reformatted when you move them. For example, when you move header and footer rows to the body of the table, they’re reformatted as body rows, and vice versa.
Note: If a table is longer than a single page, you can’t move its rows. You first need to remove some rows so that the table fits on one page.
Do one of the following:
Move rows: After selecting the rows, click and hold one of the selected row numbers until the rows appear to rise off the table, then drag them above or below another row.
Move columns: After selecting the columns, click and hold one of the column letters until the columns appear to rise off the table, then drag them to the right or left of another column.
Tip: If you drag rows or columns outside of an existing table, you create a new table with them.