The (Dynamic Table) Row commands are enabled in Authentic View when the cursor is placed inside the row of a dynamic table. They enable you to manipulate the rows of a dynamic table. You can append, insert, duplicate, and delete rows, and you can move the selected row up and down relative to the other rows of the table. Since a row in a dynamic table represents a fixed data structure, the Authentic View user will be manipulating units of a data structure in the context of the data structure represented by the dynamic table.
A row is selected by placing the cursor inside it. An empty row can then be inserted (before) or appended (after) the selected row. A row can be duplicated, in the sense that a copy of the row plus its content is created after the selected. A row can also be moved up or down relative to adjacent rows.