I used to be able to copy and paste a table in Confluence with no problem, but now I cannot. Pastes as a blank field, or a vertical list of mixed up letters from the paste. This is a much needed feature in my work and need to get it resolved as soon as possible. Can you help me? I'm new to this forum. Do I receive an email notification if someone has answered my question? much thanks for your time, Keea
You don't say if you are copying from Confluence to Confluence or if you are copying from the outside like Word or Excel. If it is the former, I agree with Milo in that I've found grabbing an extra line or 2 above and below the Confluence table helps make the destination copy better. If it is the latter, I've found the copying from Excel is better than Word, so much so that I've taken to copying from Word to Excel and then to Confluence.
My question is how does one merge or split tables? That used to be so easy with the Wiki Markup editor.
I have the same issue:
in the past I was able to copy and pasting rows and entire tables,
at the moment I cannot select an entire table with text over / under it as the selection simply does not select anything if I try to make it.
While if I select a table / some rows in a table and copy/paste it, it is pastes ad an only cell with all texts and images mixes as a long list.
This is crucial functionality for me and it is causing a loss of time - lost in recreating the same table and pasting texts and images row by row....
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