Using the Table menu set the desired size of the table.
Enter the table data into the table:
select and copy (Ctrl+C) a table from the spreadsheet (e.g. Google Docs,
LibreOffice Calc, webpage) and paste it into our editor -- click a cell
and press Ctrl+V
or just double click any cell to start editing it's contents --
Tab and Arrow keys can be used to navigate table cells
Adjust text alignment and table borders using the options from the
menu and using the toolbar buttons -- formatting is applied to all the
Click "Generate" button to see the generated table -- select it and copy to your document.
Plain text tables are rarely needed, but if you need one, it can be painful
to generate without a tool which will handle proper alignment, insert
cells separators etc. So, if you happen to need text only
table, e.g. to put it into a text document our generator should be useful.
Also the popular Markdown syntax has no special syntax for tables -- you can
use html table format but the code is not necessary very readable, so if you
want text-only Markdown table you can now create one easily.
Just enter or copy cells contents and click Generate. Next copy the
generated text to clipboard (Ctrl+V) and paste into desired place.
The generator / editor is quite flexible and allows to generate tables
similar to the example shown below. As can be seen, multi-row and
multi-column cells are supported.
Please, be careful with large tables as line wrapping will break the
table i.e. cells at the end part of a row will show below the cells from
the begginning which will make it difficult to read your table.
If you want to keep the table for any future editing click the
"Download" button below. The file with the table can be loaded back using
the "Load table" option from the menu.
Basic key commands
ENTER or double click — to start editing a cell
ESC — to stop editing a cell
TAB or Arrow Keys — to select a different cell
CTRL+Z — to undo a change
CTRL+Y — to redo a change
Left mouse button — click a cell to
select it (hold left button pressed to select adjacent cells)
Hold CTRL to select multiple cells (not necessarily adjacent).
Some of the functionalities may not work in all browsers — if you
encounter a problem, please try to use another browser (Google Chrome,
Mozilla Firefox) or update your browser to a newer version if available. If the problem
still persists please let us know.