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RH 2019: Selecting more than one row in a table

Community Beginner ,
May 14, 2020

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I am working with some tables where I want to copy/move some rows from one table to the other, but it seems I am not able to select more than one row at a time. Is this correct, or have I missed something?

 

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RH 2019: Selecting more than one row in a table

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I am working with some tables where I want to copy/move some rows from one table to the other, but it seems I am not able to select more than one row at a time. Is this correct, or have I missed something?

 

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May 14, 2020

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In the source table you should be able to drag across and down to select the rows and colums you want. Press CTRL C.

 

In the target table, place the cursor in front of the first character in the first cell where you want to insert the clipboard rows/columns and press CTRL V. It should insert cleanly pushing the rows down.

 

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Jun 12, 2020

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Thx for the assistance a while back. Sorry for the delayed answer.

 

Copy/paste worked this way, but I would also like to select several rows for instance to check/modify formatting etc. So I would still want to select several rows, more like the way I do in Word.

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I just place the cursor in the first cell and select rows/columns by dragging the mouse. Then I can apply a style to those cells.

 

What is it you cannot do that way

 

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