There are six different paste options and the following table explains these different options:
Pastes copied content from the clipboard into the editor.
Paste from Word
Pastes copied content from Word into the editor, cleaning all unnecessary Microsoft Office related tags.
Paste from Word strip font
Pastes copied content from Word into the editor, cleaning all unnecessary Microsoft Office related tags plus font formatting.
Paste Plain Text
Pastes copied content from the clipboard (can be from any program) into the editor, removing all HTML formatting. It pastes plain text, preserving line breaks.
Paste as HTML
Pastes copied content from the clipboard into the editor, and pastes as code, which is convenient for developer-oriented applications.
Use this option to paste actual HTML code into Text Editor.
Click the icon for inserting pictures and documents on your website. Step-by-step directions can be found in the guide on this page and in the HTML video adding images.
Click OK to insert the table.
Table cells will at first appear condensed.
The width of cells adjusts automatically as you add data.
To customize table properties after adding the table click anywhere inside the table and right-click.
Right-Click on the table, click "Table Properties" roll-down and click "Style Builder" and a new window opens up. Click "Border" and you will see other options within the "Style Builder" that can be applied to the table.