Copying Table content from Excel to Indesign leaves the first row blank. Why?
InDesign has a strange behavior when copying content from an Excel Table to an InDesign table. When I mark the rows it copies the content not in the first row, instead it leaves it blank and starts with the second one. So all the content moves one row lower than I want.
This is a very annoying behavior which makes working with tables really difficult and uncomfortable. Can you please fix this?
Andreas Dobos commented
It seems, that this behavior is not only at the beginning but also at the end. Who had this stupid idea???