OneNote Gem Add-Ins

Gem Table for OneNote

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A table which its cells can be merged in OneNote 2016, 2013. Include some slash headers.
Gem Table is a new OneNote table system, it is not enhances the OneNote native table.
It is used to compensate for cell defects in the OneNote native table that cannot be merged.

Gem Table is only supplemented by OneNote native table, and it is not a complete substitute for OneNote native table.
When you feel need to use merged cells, you can use the Gem Table instead. (It's better to have merged cells than not to merge cells)
 

Gem Table for OneNote

Gem Table for OneNote 2016 Download

  • Size: 4.10 MB
  • System: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7
  • OneNote: 2016 ( 32-bit, 64-bit  ) (Identify OneNote 2016)
  • Trial days: 0
  • Zip Password: 1
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Gem Table for OneNote 2013 Download

  • Size: 4.10 MB
  • System: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7
  • OneNote: 2013 (32-bit, 64-bit) (Identify OneNote 2013)
  • Trial days: 0
  • Zip Password: 1


Gem Table with Slash Headers
 
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Purchase Gem Table for OneNote 2016 License

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$ 20.00
Full license without time limitation.
Free lifetime technical support.
The license can be used to register the 2016 version.

Purchase Gem Table for OneNote 2013 License

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$ 20.00
Full license without time limitation.
Free lifetime technical support.
The license can be used to register the 2013 version.


Merge Cells Table for OneNote


Keyboard Shortcut

 
Shortcut Description
Alt + ↓ (Down) Jump to the next cell
→ (Right) When the cursor is at the end of a cell, press Right key to jump to the next cell
← (Left) When the cursor is at the start of a cell, press Left key to jump to the previous cell
Ctrl + Left Mouse Button Select multiple cells.
 

New Features

 

Expand Column Size

Expand size of the selected columns
 

Shrink Column Size

Shrink size of the selected columns
 

Note Container

Show / Hide note container
Show note container sometimes cause difficult to choose cell by mouse.
Hiding the note container sometimes make it difficult for select multiple cells.


 

 

Features

Table – Add Table

Create a Gem Table by the number of rows and columns you specify.


1 Slash Table

Insert a table with a header with 1 slash, it include 2 slash cells SHC1 and SHC2.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
and SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table.
 

2 Slash Table (From Right Bottom)

Insert a table with a slash header, 2 slashes draw from right bottom, and three slash cells SHC1, SHC2, and SHC3.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table,
and SHC3 is used to describe the meaning of the middle cells of the table.
 

2 Slash Table (From Left Top)

Insert a table with a slash header, 2 slashes draw from left top, and three slash cells SHC1, SHC2, and SHC3.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table,
and SHC3 is used to describe the meaning of the middle cells of the table.
 

2 Slash Table Horizontal

Insert a table with a slash header, horizontal merged cell with 2 slashes, and three slash cells SHC1, SHC2, and SHC3.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the second row of the table,
and SHC3 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table.
 

2 Slash Table Vertical

Insert a table with slash headers, vertically merged cells, with 2 slashes, and contains 3 slash cells SHC1, SHC2, SHC3.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table,
and SHC3 is used to describe the meaning of the second column of the table.
 

3 Slash Table

Insert a table with slash headers, merged cells horizontally vertically, with 3 slashes and 4 slash cells SHC1, SHC2, SHC3, SHC4.
Slash cell SHC1 is used to describe the meaning of the first row of the table,
SHC2 is used to describe the meaning of the second row of the table,
SHC3 is used to describe the meaning of the first column of the table,
and SHC4 is used to describe the meaning of the second column of the table.
 

Refresh Table

When you edit or modify content in a Gem Table, the content may exceed the cell border boundaries.
Use this feature to adjust the table and redraw table.
 

Select Table

Place the cursor in a cell, then using this feature to select the entire table.
 

Select Columns

  1. Place the cursor in a cell, then using this feature to select the entire column.
  2. Select certain cells, then using this feature to select the columns in which they are located.

 

Select Rows

  1. Place the cursor in a cell, then using this feature to select the entire Row.
  2. Select certain cells, then using this feature to select the rows in which they are located.
 

Select Cell

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to select entire cell.
 

Delete Table

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to delete entire table.
 

Delete Columns

  1. Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to delete entire column.
  2. Select certain cells, then using this feature to delete the columns in which they are located.
 

Delete Rows

  1. Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to delete entire row.
  2. Select certain cells, then using this feature to delete the rows in which they are located.
 

Insert Above

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to insert a new row above the row in which the cell is located.
 

Insert Below

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to insert a new row below the row in which the cell is located.
 

Insert Left

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to insert a new column left the column in which the cell is located.
 

Insert Right

Place the cursor in a cell at first, then using this feature to insert a new column right the column in which the cell is located.
 

Merge Cells

Merge the selected cells.
Note: this feature only works for cells on the side, not the middle cells
 
 

Unmerge Cell

Select a merged cell and use this feature to restore to the original multiple cells.
 

Cell Properties

Display the cell address.
 

Reconstruct Container

Reconstruct the container for the cell which has lost its container.
 

Release History

Release history of Gem Table for OneNote

Documents

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