I've created a table full of data. I now realize I need to have the columns in reverse order. However, I've tried creating a new column and copying/cutting and pasting data into it - but only the first (top) cell gets copied.
It's going to be a night mare to copy/paste cell by cell.
Can we get a copy/cut/paste COLUMN that works the same way as copy/cut/paste ROW please?
Working with tables in Confluence (as well in many other HTML editors) lefts something to be desired, so if you happen to mess with merging multicolumn tables, you could copy them from Confluence to any editor such as Word first, edit tables there, save finished document as a HTML and then copy HTML into Confluence editor's window. Just open saved HTML in browser, then Ctrl+A | Ctrl+C to copy table from the HTML file, and then paste layout into the Confluence editor's window.
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