4.2.1. Inserting a table
To add a table to the page:
- Choose Insert > Tables in the editor toolbar. File:Instert, Table.png
- Enter an initial number of rows and columns. Rows and columns can always be added and removed during table editing. After entering the rows and columns, an empty table appears with the edit menu. File:table 1.0.png
- Single clicking opens the table inspector. The properties of the table can be edited. When the mouse rests on a symbol, the associated function is displayed as a tooltip.
- Double-clicking edits the individual cell. File:weekly.png
4.2.2. Merging rows and columns
To connect individual cells:
- Hold down the Shift key and click in two or more adjacent cells.
- Click Merge in the table inspector.
4.2.3. Table properties
In the menu item Properties, there are numerous settings to adjust the functionality and presentation of the table:
|Shows a header above the table:
After disabling the header, it is lost and must be reentered when re-enabled.
|enables the default wiki look after table styles were previously selected
|In the first row, a sort function is displayed:
The current sorting is shown in the title bar. Only one of the two sort arrows will appear in the sorted column.
|The table can be hidden on the page via a text link.
|If the "Collapsible" property is active, this determines whether the table is visible or hidden when the wiki page is loaded. T
|The filter function is activated in the title bar and allows the following actions:
|Here you can load different style sheets for the table.
|Use full width for table
|The table uses the full width of the wiki page, regardless of the table contents.
4.2.4. Table styles
The following style sheets can be selected in the Table Style menu. Click on a picture to start the gallery:
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4.2.5. Alternatives to manual table creation
Sometimes, you might already have content formatted as a table. The following alternatives for creating tables exist:
- CSV: Tables can also be inserted from a csv file on a page: Just drag the csv file onto the page in edit mode.
- Attachment: Complex tables can alternatively be attached to the page as an xlsx file.
- Word file: You can save an individual page in docx format that contains a table and import the Word file. This will create a separate page. From there, you can copy and paste the table into your article. You can delete the original page if you no longer need it.