Try pasting into a text file and then copying from
the text file. Sometimes that works for me.
There are more elegant ways of doing the same thing,
but it usually involves writing a Perl script.
On 2/23/22 02:09, email@example.com wrote:
Do you ever receive emails of mini-newsletters where you want to save some
of the content in the email but if you copy/paste it into Libre Writer it’s
all in a table?
Looks good but now you wish to delete 1/3 of the content except you have to
delete rows, etc.
So time consuming.
I’ve tried all 4 ways to Paste into Libre Writer (plain text loses all the
Is there any shortcut to removing content from a table without losing all
the formatting (e.g. bullet points, graphics?
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