Hello @srikanta sahoo ,
You can do it with the help of the Table Transformer and Table Filter macros of the Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app.
1.You need to wrap one of your tables with Table Transformer, tick Transpose tables box in its Settings.
2. Insert transposed table into Table Filter, tick Hide columns box in a macro browser and hide the first column.
3.Then wrap it all with one more Table Transformer and tick Transpose tables box in Settings again.
Then repeat all these steps with other your three tables too.
Please note that we have one month of a free trial.
Thus, you can install the app with an evaluation license and "play" with all our macros.
When I transpose the tables as suggested Confluence does not transpose the header row from horisontal to vertical. The data does however get transposed. So instead of ending up with the first column being grey and the rest white the top row is still grey even through the data gets transposed. Any ideas?
Please submit a support request (https://jsd.stiltsoft.com/servicedesk/customer/portal/2) with screenshots, details of your use case so we could try to reproduce the issue and investigate it.
Also, please attach the page storage format if possible.
You can view the Confluence storage format for a given page by choosing > View Storage Format.
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