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How can I wrap pivot table with a transformer table?


I tried to follow this tutorial but I couldn't wrap one table with another. It would simply create another table next to the initial one.


How can I do that? I'm using Confluence Cloud





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Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_
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May 04, 2022

Hi @Alex ,

The new Cloud editor doesn't allow direct macro nesting. So you should use the Table Toolbox macro as a shell for macro wrapping: place your table inside the Toolbox, then go to its settings and build the required macro sequence inside this shell.

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