Moving and copying tables
 
Whole tables, including contents, can be cut, copied and pasted, just like any other blocks of highlighted text, to and from the Windows Clipboard. They cannot be dragged. You can also copy one or more highlighted rows and paste them elsewhere (outside the table) as a separate table. However, pasting them back only replaces existing text corresponding to the number of rows you pasted in. Instead, create the same number ofextra rows, then fill them with inserted text. This example shows you how.
 
We would like to insert Table 2 into table 1.
 
 
 
Position the article cursor in the top row (aaaaa) of Table 1, then click the Insert table row toolbutton twice, to insert two rows.
 
aaaaa   Table 1
ddddd
bbbbb   Table 2
ccccc
 
 
 
Now, position the article cursor in the top row (bbbbb) of Table 2, and press Shift+Down to highlight both of its rows. Press Ctrl+C to copy them, then position the cursor on the top blank row in Table 1 and press Ctrl+V to paste the text contents.
 
aaaaa   Table 1
 
 
ddddd
bbbbb   Table 2
ccccc
 
 
Finally, delete Table 2 and tidy up. Done!
 
aaaaa   Table 1
bbbbb   Table 2
ccccc
ddddd
bbbbb   Table 2
ccccc
 
 
aaaaa   Table 1
bbbbb
ccccc
ddddd
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