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Paste here a table from a webpage, a Word document, an Excel document or an OpenOffice document.
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To select multiple cells, uses CTRL + Click (or ⌘ + Click on Macintosh). Hold CTRL (or ⌘) and click on all the cells that you want to select.
To select multiple adjacent cells, uses SHIFT + Click. Click on the first cell, then hold Shift and click on the last cell.
Under the logo, there's a File menu. Click on it and then follows File > Import table > LaTeX.
On the right panel, click on Border editor to expand the section. Then, click on .