OSX Mojave, Libreoffice 6.2.5
Occasionally I end up in a situation where two tables exist, with a manually-formatted space between them (line break/breaks), and I want to remove this space, so that they are both touching teach other at their bottom/top borders.
Currently the way I have been doing this is by selecting the bottom table then dragging it up to touch the top one, then deleting the empty, leftover table that remains.
The problem with this method is that it then needs to be repeated for any further tables below; to eliminate the space between them and the bottom table, I again end up dragging them up to meet it, then deleting the left-over empty remaining table.
This process gets old when it needs to be repeated x number of times for the number of tables in the document.
So, how do I remove the (manually formatted) space between tables using a different method- one that doesn’t require dragging and deleting every last table below the manually-formatted space?
Edit @ Mike Kaganski & Ajilittoz: once set to be displayed via View > Formatting Marks I can’t remove the paragraph mark pilcrow by selecting it/the line it’s on and pressing delete; I get no response from doing this- the pilcrow, and thus the space, remains.
FINAL EDIT/QUICK ANSWER: on mac, be sure to press del (Fn + Backspace) not backspace, to remove the paragraph break, and thus the gap between the tables.