Interesting. I've used cut/paste numerous times, never lost formatting. My one "trick" to ensure I get it all is to have a character (or blank line via hitting RETURN) before and after the table. Then just hold down the left-hand mouse button while scrolling to select it all.
I had Leanne's problem where the formatting of the table was lost. I used Bill's technique and added a random character before and after the table. I then highlighted the random characters and the sandwiched table, and was able to cut/paste the table into a different place on the same page. Whew.
I was however able to add a new character just after my table... and then using my mouse I started with the Mouse Click and drag up over my table and into the Header Text above my table... I Cut and Pasted the text and the table without issue. Not sure why just using the keyboard wouldn't highlight the table as mentioned in other posts here.
I used Bill's method to move a complete table using the mouse and Cut and Paste.
I've had difficulty creating a new table using rows cut from another table but found a workaround. I was doing this to a group of pages after I 'discovered' the Page Properties macro. The Paste Rows Above tool relies on the insertion point being inside a table so the trick here is to insert a blank single-row table with the right number of columns, paste rows above the blank row and then delete the blank row.
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