darpon wrote:Is it like an array?
It is to understand that a table is practically organized of rows/columns containing cells. The cells are practically separated containers. The editor is able to insert a row or a column so that it counts number of columns in neighboring row or rows in neighboring columns and then inserts either a row:
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or a column so that id adds one cell into each row.
To insert the row/column containing some content already would mean to work in HTML mode and to have skills to work with HTML code. Inserting a row would not be difficult.
1. Copy the code from existing table (must be of the same structure as the target table)
2. Insert the whole row-code into target table.
To insert a column is also possible, but not in one step. New column means new cell in each row.
Much safer and faster is to do it in WYSIWYG mode:
1. Insert a row/column using the functions of your editor
2. Copy desired content and insert it cell-by-cell.