In the old wiki markup editor this was very easy. You simply put your cursor at the end of the row you wanted in the first table, hit the enter key and Voila! you have 2 tables.
Unfortunately, Atlassian decided to take this functionality away without providing an alternate solution. I run into this way too often. The only suggestion I have is to copy the entire table and delete rows from each copy until you have want you need.
Oh well, more work for us. :(
I have an admittedly old version (4.3.7).
For this, cut and paste rows doesn't work.
I can cut out rows, but if I try to paste somewhere else, nothing happens.
Another idea 1:
Copy the table structure to MS Word, split tables there and copy it back to confluence. That works for tables but deletes all the images.
Yet another idea 2:
Do the same as above but then save the Word file and import in confluence. That could work and might be a solution for pages with many, many tables that justify the extra work.
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