How to split a table without using the new source editor

I have this table that I want to break in two table in confluence 4.3.7:

|| column 1 || column 2  ||

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 11 | line 22 |   <------ split here

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |

to have

|| column 1 || column 2  ||

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |




|| column 1 || column 2  ||

| line1 1 | line 22 |

| line 1 | line 2 |

| line 1 | line 2 |
But I dont know how to split a table without using the source editor.
And I dont want users to use the source editor...

Thanks for your help.

Michael

2 answers

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Copy paste I think will be the easiest method. Highlight the text inside the upper left cell and lower right cell of the content you want split and copy/cut the content. Click outside the table and hit "return". You can either paste the content to create a table with the content inside or insert another table from scratch, click in the first cell, and paste.

Hi Sean,

thanks for your post.

I tried that but without the possibility of cutting. Copy /Paste works, but not Cut / Paste.

But that is trivial anyway.

I hope Atlassian will add this functionality some days ;-)

Thanks a lot.

Michael

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