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Re: [libreoffice-users] compose characters

At 16:14 15/05/2019 +0200, Federico Quadri wrote:
Has anybody ever used the command "join tables"?


(don't know exact English menu name, "unisci tabella" in Italian).

It's "Merge Tables" in English, but no matter.

I have never succeeded in using it. Once a table has been split in two parts, no way to re-join them in a single one. The "join tables" command is always "greyed" (not available) independently by cursor position (inside ­ outside table1, table2).

If you split a table, I think you will find that an empty paragraph is inserted between the parts. You can see this by toggling on the display of non-printing characters. You can only join tables that are immediately adjacent, of course, so you will need to delete this empty paragraph before you can do so.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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Re: [libreoffice-users] compose charactersFederico Quadri <la10497@iperbole.bologna.it>
[libreoffice-users] compose charactersThomas Blasejewicz <nyuwa@hb.tp1.jp>
Re: [libreoffice-users] compose charactersUdvarias Ur <udvarias1@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-users] compose charactersM Henri Day <mhenriday@gmail.com>
Re: [libreoffice-users] compose charactersFederico Quadri <la10497@iperbole.bologna.it>
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