Explained... New in Notes
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.