Defines the attributes of tables in text documents.
Specifies the default settings for columns and rows and the table mode. Also specifies the standard values for moving and inserting columns and rows. For further information see When in Writer: Editing Tables Using the Keyboardin the LibreOffice Writer Help.
Choose Tools - Options' - LibreOffice Writer/LibreOffice Writer/Web - Table'
- 1 Default
- 2 Input in tables
- 3 Keyboard handling
Defines the defaults for all newly created text tables in text documents.
Specifies that the first row of the table is formatted with the "Table heading" Paragraph Style.
Repeat on each page
Specifies whether the table heading is carried over onto the new page after a page break.
Do not split (not in HTML)
Specifies that tables are not split by any type of text flow break. You can also find this option in menu Table - Properties - Text Flow.
Specifies that table cells have a border by default.
Input in tables
Specifies that numbers in a text table are recognized and formatted as numbers.
If Number recognition is not marked, numbers are saved in text format and are automatically left-aligned.
Number format recognition
If Number format recognition is not marked, only input in the format that has been set at the cell is accepted. Any other input resets the format to Text.
Specifies that numbers are always bottom right aligned in the cell. If this field is not marked numbers are always top left aligned in the cell.
|Direct formatting is not influenced by the Alignment field. If you center align the cell contents directly, they remain centered irrespective of whether text or numbers are involved.|
Defines the default settings for moving rows and columns with the keyboard.
Specifies the value to be used for moving a row.
Specifies the value to be used for moving a column.
Specifies the default settings for inserting rows and columns with the keyboard.
Specifies the default value for inserting rows.
Specifies the default value for inserting columns.
Behavior of rows/columns
Determines the relative effect of rows and columns on adjacent rows or columns, as well as on the entire table.
Specifies that changes to a row or column only affect the corresponding adjacent area.
Specifies that changes to a row or column have an effect on the entire table.
Specifies that changes to a row or column affect the table size.