Difference: TestTableEdit (1 vs. 2)

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Test WYSIWYG Table Edit.

 
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(1) In your spreadsheet, select the region of interest.
(2) Copy to Clipboard
(3) Place Insert Cursor where you want a table in this document (between STARTINCLUDE and STOPINCLUDE below).
(4) Paste from Clipboard at insertion point
(5) SAVE
(5) See the result on the page TestTableEditInclude
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(0) Edit the page.
(1) In your spreadsheet, select the region of interest.
(2) Copy to Clipboard
(3) In this document, place your cursor where you want a table (between STARTINCLUDE and STOPINCLUDE below).
(4) Paste from Clipboard at insertion point
(5) SAVE
(5) See the result on the page TestTableEditInclude
 
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Notes:

  • Having pure text TSV (Tab Separated Values) on the clipboard does not seem to be enough to create and populate a table. :-(

 
  • Preference for the editor, default is the WYSIWYG editor. The options are raw, wysiwyg:
    • Set EDITMETHOD = wysiwyg

Revision 12021-02-17 - DickFurnas

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Title Article text.


(1) In your spreadsheet, select the region of interest.
(2) Copy to Clipboard
(3) Place Insert Cursor where you want a table in this document (between STARTINCLUDE and STOPINCLUDE below).
(4) Paste from Clipboard at insertion point
(5) SAVE
(5) See the result on the page TestTableEditInclude





  • Preference for the editor, default is the WYSIWYG editor. The options are raw, wysiwyg:
    • Set EDITMETHOD = wysiwyg

-- Dick Furnas - 2021-02-17

 
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