Ex­plained... New in Notes

Mac Format - - MACOS HIGH SIERRA -

1 Notes ta­bles

Click the Ta­ble but­ton in the Notes tool­bar – or use For­mat > Ta­ble – and a ta­ble will be added to your note at the cur­sor’s cur­rent lo­ca­tion. You can add mul­ti­ple ta­bles to a sin­gle note – you needn’t stick at one.

2 Ta­ble for­mat­ting

Ta­bles in Notes start off two cells tall and two cells wide. To change the setup, ≈- click the col­umn or row wid­get, and use the Add and Delete op­tions ac­cord­ingly. Note you don’t get head­ers – just stan­dard cells.

3 Col­umns and rows

Col­umns and rows in Notes can be re­ar­ranged. Click in­side a cell and then click-drag the rel­e­vant col­umn or row wid­get. Be aware that you can only move col­umns or rows to a dif­fer­ent point within the same ta­ble.

4 Copy­ing ta­bles

Copy and paste isn’t en­tirely in­tu­itive with Notes ta­bles, and re­sults can vary across apps. For best re­sults, click-drag around the ta­ble, so it’s high­lighted in blue. It’ll then paste cleanly into Mail and text edi­tors.

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