just asking... but is there a way to save a certain table (format) in
such a way, that I can insert it with one click (or hot key)?
I have a 2-column, 1-row tableto insert "notes" in a book text.
So the table has on the left side one cell with "note" in it and a grey
background and the other cell is used to enter those notes.
(a trick I learned from the documentation ...)
I know I can add my own "Table -> Auto Fit -> Design"
but that comes out withthe row split in the middle and without the word
"note" in it.
I tried to create a macro, recording all the steps to create the table.
But when I run the macro, the background fill of the left cell always
leaves the margins blank.
Is there a simple trick to make LO memorize this particular table form,
so that I could call it up with a click?
If not ... I will survive.
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