Each time a table is closed or tested the current contents of the table is saved. By restoring a previous or next version it is easy to check the results of different significances of the input data. The versions are only available within the current session, so when closing the project the other versions are lost.
Restoring the previous version also is a way of undoing table changes. Beware all changes to the table will be removed.

Undo Previous version

Restores previous version of table

Redo Next version

Restores next version of table


Table data can be cut, copied and pasted. This can be done within the same data table, between different data tables and also between different applications. You can, for example, copy/paste data from/to a Microsoft Excel sheet.



TtblCCut Cut

Copy cell data to the clipboard and clear cell data.

TtblCCopy Copy

Copy cell data to the clipboard.

TtblCPaste Paste

Paste cell data from clipboard.

TtblCDel Delete

Clear cell data.


You can select a range of rows, a range of columns or a range of adjacent cells to be cut, copied or pasted. A non-adjacent selection of rows, columns or cells are pasted as adjacent range. So, if you copy a selection of rows 1 and 3 and paste it on row 4, rows 4 and 5 will be overwritten.



Info You can select non-adjacent rows or columns by holding the Ctrl key while selecting.

Info When clicking on a cell it jumps into 'edit' mode. In order to select a range of cells: Hold the Ctrl key.

Info Please note that although the active row is still grey, it is part of your selection.

Edit, last changed: 11/4/2020

See also:

Data table panel