Is this possible?
I am creating a nested table. The documentation offers only: "Insert>
Table," for the target cell (with cursor in target.)
That's fine. Once I create an inserted table in one cell of a host
table, I want to copy that table to most of the remaining cells and then
just change the data in the sub-tables afterward.
I tried copying but it doesn't work. I can copy the nested table and
paste outside the host table, but I can't paste into other cells.
I looked at "Paste special" but that didn't work. I looked at options
for "Insert" but didn't find any way to choose a pre- created table.
If this feature is not available, it would be most nice to add something
My current solution is simply to insert and re-define the table for each
and every cell, which is a bit tedious.
If anyone knows of a slick solution for this in Writer I am most interested.
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