unfortunately as a LibreOffice newbie I’m still searching for a quick and simple way to cut/move/reorder rows within a Writer table - which I need quite often.
In MS Office 2010/2016 I used to accomplish this with Alt+Shift+Arrow up/down (for single rows) or by selecting the rows and cutting them with Ctrl + “x” + pasting the rows somewhere else using Ctrl+“v” (cursor set to the beginning of the row).
In LibreOffice (German LO 22.214.171.124 / ODT-Format / Endless OS 3.4.1 / Linux 4.15) I found a feature/icon called “Move up/down” (“Nach oben/unten verschieben”), which according to “Tools > Customize > Keyboard” is available via “Ctrl+Alt+Up/Down” or can be added as a toolbar icon. Only for me both doesn’t work at all with table rows (and only sometimes with “regular” text lines / paragraphs outside a table!?).
I couldn’t find a different shortcut/menu function either …
Likewise Ctrl+“x” / Ctrl+“v” will cut only the text from within the selected table rows, but not the table rows/cells themselves, which I need to paste at a different location. Empty rows will be the result - also pasting will replace the current content of the cells/rows at the destination.
I can’t believe I’m the only one having this “challenge” - maybe the solution is just hiding anywhere …?