Inserting and rendering pre-defined HTML into a page w/o using editor

Hello,

I am looking for a macro solution that inserts and renders a chunk of pre-defined html code wherever my cursor is in edit mode. This would paste a few tables, columns and sections I have pre-defined (like a template).

At the moment, if someone on my team needs to duplicate the tables, columns and sections on the same page, they have to go into the source editor, find the correct position and then paste the html code. 

Does anyone know of a solution?

Thank-you!

 

 

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You can use {html} macro, but it is disabled by default. Read more: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/html-macro-38273085.html

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