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If i have a writer doc with a table inserted right at the start before any text, but later i want 
to insert some lines of text before that table, ive found i can do this by converting the table to 
text, inserting the lines and then converting the text back to table; but is there a less tiresome 
way? Can i for example somehow just move the table down, or set the insert point before the table, 
or cut and paste the table itself? (it seems that the cut operation leaves an empty table behind, 
although subsequent  paste *will* paste a new table and not just the cut table data).

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