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Copy & Paste Cells Corrupts Table – .399 GM Seed

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Copying the entire contents of a cell by triple-clicking on it and then pasting the copied contents to another cell still corrupts the table.

The last table row grows downward.

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Yes, same results here. Didn't do it with a single word but did it with multiple words.


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1 hour ago, Seneca said:

The last table row grows downward.

Confirmed with Win 8.1 too.


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