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Stiltsoft table resizing cells

When I paste cells from excel into a stiltsoft table [@Stiltsoft support, the pasted cells resize & don't match the rest of the format in the table. Is there a quick way to fix? Or a better way to copy paste data into stiltsoft? Thank you. Including a small screenshot.Screen Shot 2022-11-08 at 10.30.58 AM.png

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Katerina Rudkovskaya _Stiltsoft_
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Nov 09, 2022 • edited Dec 01, 2022

Hi @Lisset Salazar

If I understand the issue right, you copy/paste the contents of your cells from Excel to the Table Spreadsheet macro and the height of the cells (106 and 107 rows) is bigger than the initial cells height of the macro.

As you didn’t specify the hosting, I’ve checked the behavior both for Server/Data Center (the latest version that is 9.4.1) and Cloud (where your app is always up-to-date).
For me the cells were not resized no matter which font, size, how many symbols there were in the Excel cells. The Table Spreadsheet macro pastes everything with the default Arial, 8 parameters, so the cells height stays the same.

Please check what version of the app you use if you are on Server/Data Center and update if required.

You may also try to import your xlsx or csv files to the Table Spreadsheet macro (File -> Import). It will be more convenient if you have really big tables in the Excel file.
If the issue persists, you may raise a support ticket here – we’ll try to look into it closely.

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David at David Simpson Apps
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Nov 09, 2022

You might want to update your screenshot with a complete table, rather than part of it.

Is the black box to redact the data, or a result of the copy/paste?

If the former, try displaying some data which is not private.

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