No, It just has the two positions. The back of the tabletop slides up and down in a channel so additional positions are simply a matter drilling a couple of holes. However the legs at the front just have two lengths, the the 37" just swing down and lock in place. I'm sure that with a little thought it could be made continuously adjustable but that would take it to another whole level of design and construction sophistication. I subscribe to the KISS principle.