Merging cells is to combine two or more adjacent cells into one. Cells may be merged both horizontally and vertically.

To merge or split cells, select several cells and do the following:

Click Table > Merge cells or Split cells.

Use the knpk_merging_cells button to merge cells or the knpk_merging_cells2 button to split cells (the commands displayed in the context menu depend on the selected cells).

Use the context menu commands (the commands displayed in the context menu depend on the selected cells).

The merged cell keeps formatting of the data displayed in the first cell of the selected range (background color, font type, etc.).

The merged cell will display only the data that were in the first cell of the selected range. All data in other merging cells will be lost. You are advised to merge the cells before they are filled with data.

When splitting cells, the merged cell will be divided into the same number of cells as it contained before the merger. The data from the merged cell will be displayed in the upper left cell of the restored range, the other cells will be empty.

You can only split the cell which was previously merged.
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